Police chief Cohen says security guard couldn't have prevented attack

Police Chief Insp.-Gen. Dudi Cohen on Friday said that Thursday's terror attack could not have been prevented even if there would have been a security guard at the entrance of the yeshiva. "The terrorist was very decisive and well prepared with a big arsenal of weapons - a real war machine. No security guard could have prevented the attack," Cohen said. During a press conference which he held Friday afternoon, Cohen said there was no reason to believe the event was the beginning of a third Intifada.