SOURCE: Equity International

September 11, 2008 16:43 ET

Homeland Security Expert Intensifies Stance on Terrorism: Anniversary of 9/11 Is Time to Step Up Anti-Terrorism Efforts

WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwire - September 11, 2008) - Anti-terrorism and homeland security expert, William Loiry, says now is not the time to diminish the terrorism threat levels in the U.S. and overseas. According to Loiry, international authority on terrorists including Osama bin Laden, the act of a serious terrorist threat still exists today and more measures need to be taken to combat terrorist activities in the U.S.

Loiry believes that terrorism still exists in the U.S. and encourages Americans to raise their voices and help solve the issues facing America in order to secure the country's future. "After 9/11, my goal was to bring thousands of people together to discuss homeland and global security through events including monthly briefings to discuss congressional appropriations, roundtables focusing on solutions on Capitol Hill and major conferences and trade shows at the Washington Convention Center," Loiry said.

Loiry recently unveiled a documentary film, "A Better World," a criticalresources.org film produced by Jennings Public Relations & Advertising, Inc. in Kansas City. The documentary highlights Loiry's experiences overseas, his insights on the continual threat of terrorism in the U.S. and the power that Americans' possess to secure a safe future.

Watch Documentary: www.criticalresources.org

Loiry's involvement in anti-terrorism initiatives began in 1998 when he organized the first conference focusing on the threat of Osama bin Laden for American companies overseas. In 1999, he organized a major national conference on cyber-terrorism. Since 2002, Loiry has organized dozens of major conferences, summits, briefings and roundtables on all aspects of homeland security.

Loiry is the president of Equity International, a business development firm with offices in Washington, D.C. and Florida. More than 35,000 government officials and business executives have participated in Equity International's summits, briefings and forums. Upcoming events include the Clean Action Summit in Orlando and the World Critical Resources Summit in New York City (www.criticalresources.org).

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