UF Professor: future uncertain after death of bin Laden
Many Americans are cheering the death of Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, but the federal government is also warning about the potential security threat on Americans both overseas and at home. University of Florida Political Science Associate Professor Patricia Woods says there is still the potential for some fall out.
“I’m not feeling like clapping my hands or anything like that… it’s [the death is] also sort of a somber moment because it remains to be seen what comes next,” she says.
Hear more of the interview between WUFT-FM’s Stephanie Brown and Dr. Patricia Woods.
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