WATCH: Media Warns that Drone Attack Could be Serious Threat to Inauguration

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The media is raising concerns about a drone bombing at the 58th Presidential Inauguration on Friday.

On Thursday’s “Today” show, a report indicated that U.S. Secret Service has put in place several anti-drone efforts out of concern that an I-inspired “flying IED” will smash into the crowd, or worse.

The report quoted an official from DroneShield, a drone countermeasure firm, saying that the Inauguration “is not something I would feel safe at.”

Reports of violent protests and attacks has Washington on edge, though past threats have never come to fruition.

http://www.today.com/offsite/drones-could-threaten-crowds-such-as-inauguration-attendees-experts-say-858124867849

But the “Today” show report, headlined “Drone Danger At Inauguration? Dealing with a new high-flying security threat,” noted that drone bombs have been seen flying over coalition forces in Iraq at least once a day.

“When strapped with a bomb, a worse case scenario especially with hundreds of thousands of people gathered at one spot like the Inauguration,” the report said.

SOURCE: PAUL BEDARD 
Washington Examiner