Scamsters Profit From Worries About Terrorism

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Christian Kerodin used to fix heaters and air conditioners. After the Sept. 11, 2001, he focused on the vulnerability of major Washington, D.C.-area shopping malls to terrorism, reports the Washington Post. With no experience, Kerodin started a consulting firm and issued reports criticizing security at several malls, saying they had failed to prepare for biological,
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