Cleveland Beefs Up Security Measures Ahead of RNC
With the Republican National Convention just around the corner, Cleveland is beefing up security to prevent chaos and any potential attack.
Peter Doocy reported on "Fox and Friends Weekend" today that security officials are adding fences and protective barriers around the Quicken Loans Arena complex.
Doocy said that concrete traffic dividers were part of the planned security measures even before the terror attack in Nice, France.
He explained that security officials are focused on stopping a car or truck bomb similar to one that hit the World Trade Center in 1993 and the Oklahoma City federal office building in 1995.
Doocy said that eight-foot-tall metal fences have also been installed, but RNC officials are concerned about their proximity to the venue.
He said that the fences are so close to the convention center because the ACLU won a lawsuit, demanding that protesters not be kept so far away from the delegates and dignitaries will be gathering.
"They have designated areas where you're allowed to protest for a certain amount of time, but it's obviously the ones that are not sanctioned that are causing the most heartburn for planners right now."
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