Ozubulu Catholic Church Massacre, A Terrorist Attack?
By Oriental Times
12th August 2017
Chukwunonso Odidika, Security Consultant has this to say:
As a security consultant l still have my reservations about the entire incident.
I know, having been involved in anti-robbery work and operations for over a decade that assassins generally do not operate the way those gunmen did in Ozobulu.
If their target is suspected to be in the church, they will send in one of their eagle eyes (spy) to confirm his presence.
If present, the eagle eye passes a signal to the hit squad outside of the church to confirm the presence of their target. This signal will include what the victim is wearing etc.
They will wait for service to end, and secretly monitor him to note the car his is using. Most likely they will attack when he is trying to head to his car or wait to intercept the car as it is leaving the church premises before opening fire on it.
To tell us they came into the church looking for the target without a prior confirmation from their inside man planted in the church to spot him is rather childish.
To now further say they entered the church in search of their victim and saw his father and shot him along side scores of innocent children and women is just amusing to any experienced security person.
Experience has shown that most times, they wait for the victim to step out of the church or attempt to drive out before opening fire. Some will even trail them to a convenient location before attacking.
What l have observed is that people have simply chosen what they WANT to believe as truth, not actually digging objectively to arrive at some stance totally free of sentiments.
Of all violent criminal classes, there is none more cautious and secretive as the assassin.
I write from a security operations point of view. I still have my reservations about the whole incident.
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