In the wake of apparent terrorist bombing attacks on the London transportation system, one extreme-risk modeling firm is pointing out that, given recent history, an attack on London was not entirely unexpected.

“I’m not the CIA or the State Department,” cautioned Tom Larsen, senior vice president of EQECAT Inc., based in Oakland, Calif., “but we’ve seen so many threats going on [against] London and there have been a number of [terrorist-related] arrests there, pretty much continuing since 9/11.”

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