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April 19, 1991 | BOB SCHWARTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Judging from the massive turnout at a recent symposium that met near here on rebuilding Kuwait, hundreds of Orange County companies are hoping to get a piece of the action once reconstruction begins in earnest. One local company, however unlikely, already has a share: Roberts Protection & Investigations, a 10-year-old 100-employee firm run by retired Newport Beach police officer Lee M. Roberts.
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April 19, 1991 | BOB SCHWARTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Judging from the massive turnout at a recent symposium that met near here on rebuilding Kuwait, hundreds of Orange County companies are hoping to get a piece of the action once reconstruction begins in earnest. One local company, however unlikely, already has a share: Roberts Protection & Investigations, a 10-year-old 100-employee firm run by retired Newport Beach police officer Lee M. Roberts.
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February 4, 1991 | Gregory Crouch, Times staff writer
Saddam Hussein has promised to carry his "jihad," or holy war, to the streets of the United States. Just last week, the Iraqi president called for worldwide "commando" attacks, proclaiming that those who died committing terrorist acts would be martyrs in the "mother of all battles." Hussein's threats have brought the subject of terrorism into our daily lives as we face longer waits at the airport security check or tighter security measures in our workplaces.
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February 4, 1991 | Gregory Crouch, Times staff writer
Saddam Hussein has promised to carry his "jihad," or holy war, to the streets of the United States. Just last week, the Iraqi president called for worldwide "commando" attacks, proclaiming that those who died committing terrorist acts would be martyrs in the "mother of all battles." Hussein's threats have brought the subject of terrorism into our daily lives as we face longer waits at the airport security check or tighter security measures in our workplaces.
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