Terrorism: July 19, 2001


Japan is getting more concerned about terrorism aimed at its many nuclear power plants. To remedy the situation, or at least the fear, a special anti-terrorism commando unit. But for this to work, a law must be passed to allow Japanese troops to fire first. As Japanese law now stands, soldiers can only fire in self defense. It is assumed that a terrorist raid on a nuclear power plant could only be stopped if the defenders could fire


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