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Runners embarked on Monday for the 120th Boston Marathon three years after two terrorist bombs rocked the finish line claiming the lives of three individuals and maiming hundreds of other runners and spectators. In the hours that followed, the terrorists killed an MIT police officer and another MBTA police officer was injured while in pursuit of the suspects.

Reflecting on security then and now former Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis tells the FOX Business Network, “the city is certainly ready today.” Davis discussed the balance of making large scale events such as the marathon as secure as possible.

“There is a significant increase in spending on security here, the costs have quadrupled over what it was in 2013,” he said.

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