Sheriffs not worried about backlash to bin Laden death

Osama bin Laden was killed Sunday night by a U.S. military operation conducted in Pakistan, according to President Obama.

The CIA led by Navy Seal team 6 into a compound located in Abbottabad, Pakistan in a mission to kill or capture bin Laden, according to the LA Times.

Bin Laden, who has been on the FBI’s most wanted list since 1999, was considered the world’s most wanted criminal.

As a result of Osama bin Laden’s death there is increased security at airports across the country although passengers at LAX were not experiencing any delays, according to the LA Times.

The County of Los Angeles, and Pierce College are not under a specific threat, according to Christian Valenzuela Sheriff Security Officer from Pierce College.

The Sheriff’s office at Pierce College has been told to remain vigilant in their mission to preserve peace and property and life.

The Sheriffs are prepared however , to respond to anything that may threaten the safety of Pierce College students.

“Every person here has a duty to perform in an active shooter situation,” said Valenzuela.


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