Terrorist Attack Case Study

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Terrorist attack, a surprise attack involving the deliberate use of violence against civilians in the hope of attaining political or religious aims. In the year 2015 there has been 355 terrorist attacks across the world. The 355th one being in San Bernandino, California on December 2, 2015. A man and his wife proposed this attack with strict intentions of killing many civilians with a mass shooting and an attempted bombing. The attackers had an IPhone that the FBI believes should be unlocked because it may be storing information valuable to investigators. However, the phone is locked by sophisticated encryption software that Apple is refusing to remove due to many reasons. Apple agreeing to unlock the IPhone would help the FBI get leads on the …show more content…
The attack was not expected and took everyone by surprise. So many people were killed as well as injured. Families were not expecting to lose their loved ones so soon due to terrorism. Terrorist attacks period are so unexpected and you just never know when you could be a possible victim. Apple should unlock the iPhone no matter their reasoning not to. Families of the people who were killed need answers, as well as the rest of the world. If this is the way to get them then shouldn’t they be doing everything in their power to get the answers? Stephan Larson, a lawyer representing some of the victims, said that his clients had an interest in the contents of the terrorist phone. They were targeted by terrorist Larson said and they need to know how and why this had happen. (McCormick) Some of the victims families spoke on the issue to the public expressing how they feel. One of the victims fathers said, “This makes me a little angry with Apple, it makes me question there interest in the safety of this country.” The Victims of the December terrorist shooting are owed a full and thorough

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