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With Prince William and Kate Middleton set to wed in a month, London police are considering strengthening security measures to prevent disarray from anarchist groups.
Following the events this weekend in the capital that left 109 people injured and over 200 arrested, Commander Bob Broadhurst, who's responsible for policing procedures for the wedding and next year's Olympics, has been coming up with tactics to help quell any more riots.
"We are looking specifically at the royal wedding and what we can to do prevent Saturday's disorder and violence creeping in to that event," Broadhurst declared to BBC radio. "We always look at our powers to try to quell violence before it happens."
The web has been rampant with talks of disrupting the wedding with one site going as far as having a picture of William and Kate with nooses around their necks with the phrase "Time to Tie the Knot," a gesture which has raised many eyebrows and safety concern questions.
"For the wedding, we will be looking from terrorism downwards," Broadhurst continued. "You are looking at a different type of threat -- the threat to the wedding is a threat to principles, it is a threat to democracy."