Anniversary dates have a particular emotional resonance, of course—but will September 11, 2002, actually be any riskier than any other day? "Historically, security has tracked dates of significant incidents, because groups that have had [bad] things happen to them may replay those dates and have incidents or demonstrations," says Richard P. Werth, CPP, president of Event and Meeting Security Services, based in Franklin, Tenn. For example, Timothy McVeigh chose to attack the Alfred P. Murrah ...

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