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We question the ethics and logic underlying the thesis that a shift of resources from terror prevention and deterrence to road injury prevention is dictated by the huge differences between the relatively small death tolls from terror and the large death tolls from road injury in OECD countries.1
The follow up period (1994–2003) is cut off before the terror attacks in Madrid (191 dead) and London (52 dead), and the …