Public Health

  Posted on: Tuesday, October 22, 2019
What Can We Glean from a Bean: Ricin's Appeal to Domestic Terrorists
Homeland Security News Wire
Just as policymakers have been slow to acknowledge and act upon the threat of domestic CBRN (chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear) terrorism, timely research on the issue is scarce as well. Ricin is one of the more dangerous agents of domestic terror. As government agencies acknowledge the threat domestic terrorism poses, policymakers and law enforcement should take ricin seriously as a potential weapon.

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