6 ‘terrorists’ arrested over an assassination attempt on President of Venezuela
August 6, 2018 | Brainwave Science
Venezuela’s government representative claimed that several suspects are arrested after Saturday’s speech of President Nicolas Maduro at a military parade in the Venezuelan capital of Caracas. Six “terrorists and hired killers” are suspected in an apparent assassination attempt on the President. According to officials ‘several vehicles have been seized and hotel raids carried out in Caracas where important information was collected.’
The incident took place as President Maduro was speaking at a commemoration of the 81st anniversary of the Venezuelan national guard that featured a military parade. The assassination attempt was carried out by two remotely operated drones and each carrying a kilogram of plastic explosive C4 – ‘capable of causing effective damage over a 50-meter radius.’ One of the drones flew over the tribune during the President’s speech at the military parade. However, the drone became ‘disoriented by signal inhibiting equipment’ and was thus ‘activated outside the assassins’ planned perimeter.’ The second drone lost control and crashed in an adjacent building.
As a result of the attack, seven soldiers had been injured. Three of them are still in a critical state. The President has escaped injury.
Terrorism has become one of the biggest problems of the modern society. This ‘evil’ causes mass casualties all over the world. All countries try to protect their people from terrorism in every possible way. But despite all the safety and security measures thousands of people die as a result of terrorist attacks every year.
The recent attack in Venezuela shows that today terrorists use all possible ways and tools for achieving their goals. Some modern technologies have become a ‘horrible instrument’ in their hands. So, it is necessary for law enforcement agencies to find a novel technology to strengthen their counter-terrorism strategy. And new-day technologies can help them in the war against this ‘evil’.
As terrorists find new ways of spreading their poison in the world, so must law enforcement across the globe update their security means to an unprecedented level. iCognative developed by Brainwave Science offers a unique and intelligent security method that is able to distinguish between perpetrators and innocents. iCognative is a remarkable technology distinctly suited for law enforcement agencies looking to upgrade or supplement their traditional investigative practices. This technology is a one of a kind tool designed to make detection and prosecution unavoidable for terrorists.
The main power of iCognative technology lies in its unique capacity to distinguish swiftly between a terrorist and an innocent. In the case of the terrorist attack in Venezuela, iCognative can help law enforcement agencies to determine suspects’ involvement in the attack and find out more about terrorist connections.
To conduct a test, the test case needs to be built with information, used as stimuli. Such information should be both publicly declared facts about the case as well as information known only to the investigative agents and the perpetrators. In the case of the terrorist attack in Venezuela, we can use, for example, the type of the drones; the type of the explosive; the names of terrorist organizations; pictures, and names of partners in crime etc. This information will be used as stimuli in the form of words, phrases or pictures, depending on its availability. During the test, iCognative system will record and analyze brain responses to each stimulus. At the end of the test, the unique software will determine with 99.9% accuracy if the hidden information is present or absent in the brain of the suspect.
iCognative can help law enforcement agencies to determine the involvement of the perpetrators of the terrorist attack in Venezuela. Also, the technology can help find more information about terrorist connections and prevent future attacks in the region. The use of iCognative can save time and efforts of law enforcement agencies during the investigation of this case. The technology has a proven track record of supporting law enforcement agencies in protecting innocents and helping anti-terrorism agencies capture terrorists within the country both before and after the attack.