Security Expert and CEO of The World Protection Group Discusses the Bombing of the Boston Marathon with EXTRA

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Kent Moyer, President and CEO of the WPG, appears on EXTRA to address security issues related to the Boston Marathon bombing.

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“I think that the system is a little bit broken and that’s the level that we need to fix so that this never happens,” Moyer said. The WPG continues to answer the growing demand of security and protection appeals from clients.

Kent Moyer, a security expert and the President and CEO of The World Protection Group (WPG), made an appearance on EXTRA to discuss security issues that accompanied the bombing of the Boston Marathon on April 15.

The unimagined attacks of innocent bystanders and runners near the finish line of the Boston Marathon stunned the world and raised numerous questions as to why, how and who did it. The blasts of homemade bombs loaded with shrapnel near the finish line of the Boston Marathon killed three bystanders and injured 264.

According to EXTRA, Moyer stated that “the FBI, under fire for not paying closer attention to Tamerlan after interviewing him 2011, has some work to do,” when it comes to security procedures.

“I think that the system is a little bit broken and that’s the level that we need to fix so that this never happens,” Moyer said.

Moyer, who founded the WPG over 12 years ago, continues to answer the growing demand of security and protection appeals from clients of all professions, positions and industries. The WPG is the global leader of security specialists, focusing on personal and corporate security, residential security, invasion of privacy, random crime and all types of privacy issues. With offices in the U.S. and Mexico, and resources in 22 countries, the WPG offers comprehensive security and protection services to clients in 95% of cities across the world.

With a protocol based on the U.S. Secret Service ‘3 Rings of Protection,’ the WPG enlists security measures and techniques based on intelligence and physical capabilities to offer both proactive and preventative security services. Such tactics include counterassault teams, access control, consulting services, barriers, armored vehicles, and surveillance, among others.

The WPG also offers training courses and is an accredited training center with the California Bureau of Security and Investigative Services (BSIS). Training services include executive protection and executive protection firearms, security officers training, and corporate security training.

To watch the full clip, visit: http://pdl.warnerbros.com/wbol/us/telepictures/extra/042213_BOSTON.mov

To learn more, visit http://www.theworldprotectiongroup.com.

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