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Los Angeles Ramps Up Oscar Security

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Los Angeles Ramps Up Oscar Security

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Los Angeles Ramps Up Oscar Security

Los Angeles Ramps Up Oscar Security

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John Miller, head of counter-terrorism efforts for the Los Angeles Police Department, says the city has become a more appealing target because it isn't as secure as New York or Washington. Before working for the LAPD, Miller was a journalist and co-host of ABC's 20/20.

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