- Gothamist, Wednesday, September 8, 2021 5:34 PM
The attacks on the World Trade Center yielded what is arguably “the most ubiquitous anti-crime statements present in modern-day America,” according to Gothamist
“There’s even a national ‘If You See Something Say Something Day’ on Sept. 25. That’s because, according to law enforcement experts, the reminder has been a key
tool in the fight against crime in general and terrorism in particular.” Yet, the U.S. Department of Justice rejected an Ad Council pitch to create a national campaign based around the message.
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