The Balcombe Street and Iranian Embassy Sieges

@article{Moysey2004TheBS,
  title={The Balcombe Street and Iranian Embassy Sieges},
  author={Steven P. Moysey},
  journal={Journal of Police Crisis Negotiations},
  year={2004},
  volume={4},
  pages={67 - 96}
}
ABSTRACT This paper will examine two hostage negotiation episodes and compare how each situation was handled in relation to the eventual outcome. Both examples are of approximately the same duration, handled by the same police force and featured terrorist organizations as the hostage taking parties. Despite all their similarities, the two events had radically different outcomes. In December 1975, four members of an Irish Republican Army [IRA] active service cell were involved in a running… Expand
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