I have seen many clients over the years being driven around protected by guys who just happen to have a firearms permits or are moonlighting local police, who for all these clients know are working for the criminals also.
If you are involved in investigating and exposing corruption and criminal activity your personal security must be a priority.
False or extrajudicial arrest is the same as kidnapping and happens regularly…
Personal security is a 24/7 job, to some it comes almost instinctively but others can find it very hard to develop.
We have a network of contacts and instructors who have operated throughout Latin America, Europe, Africa and MENA including Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Somalia and Nigeria.
Electronic surveillance is a main intelligence gathering resource for governments, criminals, terrorists and private investigators.
Over the years I have been caught up in several situations with crowds where things could have gone very bad, very quickly.
I think everyone can conclude these are very dangerous days for journalists, advocates of free speech or anyone else for that matter that voices an opinion…
I am always being asked about which guns are best for close protection details and personal defense etc… My answer is whatever you have access to and what hopefully goes bang when you pull the trigger!!