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Topic History of: Manchester Arena bombing
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Green Man It's shocking that the security lacked leadership and initiative. Security guard could of have kept the bomber talking or just dial 999.

Surely one copper must of known a high profile singer was performing at the venue. Don't they have kids or relatives who follow modern music ?!

I remember going to a concert and getting searched just like everyone else had to this was about ten years ago.

No one caused a fuss or a tantrum we knew they had a job to do and we wanted to see the gig.
JK2006 Quite shocking info regarding the time it took for rescuers to arrive; I bet dozens would have lived had help come within minutes not hours. Like clapping the NHS, it seems we are very slow to criticise bad performance.