Olympics fiasco: Not enough security

Olympics fiasco: Not enough security

Atlanta : GA : USA | Jul 17, 2012 at 6:45 AM PDT
Source: CNN
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Buckles, the chief executive of G4S, said the company should not have agreed to provide 10,400 guards for the Olympics, six days after the security giant admitted it could not do so. "We regret signing the contract," Buckles said under pressure from lawmakers. FULL ARTICLE AT CNN
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