Security services in great fear because of the coronation of King Charles

"The threat is greater now than it has been in the last 50 years,"

by Sead Dedovic
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Security services in great fear because of the coronation of King Charles

The royal coronation is one of the ceremonies that attract a lot of interest from the people of Great Britain due to its importance. We are looking forward to it in a few weeks, more precisely on May 6 of this year, which is just around the corner.

There is no doubt, however, that such ceremonies cause a unique kind of attention, and it is necessary to ensure their safety. Among the possible danger groups, there are three that stand out in particular: anarchists, eco-activists, and terrorists.

According to Dai Davis, the former head of Royal Security, this type of ceremony can be extremely dangerous. "The threat is greater now than it has been in the last 50 years," Davis said There are unprecedented threats on the horizon from terrorists, anarchists, and eco-activists who want to disrupt the event, and security chiefs are battling a large number of threats from them.

Dai Davis and his statements

In the past few days, many threats have been received, causing serious concern for everyone worldwide. This group of organizations targets people who are ready for anything that may come their way.

According to Davis, the previous incidents have been very damaging, which is why they want to make sure that this event is protected as much as possible. "It is clear that the threat to the monarchy is as great as it has been in the last 50 years, and the potential is great due to the rise of Irish dissident groups and the increased action of the anarchist campaign group.

Elite police officers are especially careful about other individuals who are "fixated" on royal families. In December 2021, Jaswant Singh Chai entered Windsor Castle with a loaded crossbow looking for the late Queen Elizabeth.

Last month, he became the first person to be convicted of treason since 1981"- David concluded. Ceremonies like this have always been a big problem for the security services because it takes a lot of effort and effort to ensure the safety of everyone, especially the king.

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