"I think it took courage to leave the house today, because I feel so lucky you don't want to push your luck. But my mom is from New York and we know the drill. You get up and move on."
Jessica Ratnasabapathy, 27
A medical secretary in London speaking Friday, a day after the London bombings that killed at least 50 and injured more than 700.
"Anyone can say, 'We are Al-Qaida in Montana or Canada.' Al-Qaida is no longer your daddy's Ford. It is a new animal."
A former senior intelligence official at the Homeland Security Department, regarding the fractured nature of Al-Qaida. A group called "The Secret Organization of al-Qaida in Europe" has laid claim to the attacks in London