In this age of terrorism, society wrestles with how to combat the threat. As a result, the public is poked, prodded, sniffed and X-rayed as they move about the country and abroad. The average citizen often feels confused, helpless, and not part of his or her own defense effort. Public service announcements suggest to the public that if they “see something,” they should “say something.”
But what exactly should the public should be looking for?
Two experts have come to the rescue: Dr. Lillian Glass, who has many years of experience as a body language expert; and D. Vincent Sullivan, who has 28 years of experience as an FBI special agent. They teamed up to produce SEE SOMETHING? HEAR SOMETHING? SAY SOMETHING!: A Guide to Identifying Terrorists Through Body Language, an invaluable resource for every citizen living in the post-9/11 world.
On why the book needed to be published, Dr. Lillian Glass said, “The keen eye and ears of our own citizens can be even more effective than all the security machinery usually deployed to detect terrorist activity. Body language is virtually impossible to suppress. It’s always there, to be spotted by those who know what to look for.”
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