-racking moment when later he recorded a still unnamed neighbor being led away in handcuffs. inside the apartment, a deadly haul of leftover bombs, highly volatile chemicals used to make the explosives and ape suitcase full of bolts and nails to make the bombs more lethal. this father lives across the road and was out walking with his two children today. he agreed to talk to us on condition we did not show his face. he cannot believe that the quiet young man he saw across the road were cooking up one of the most dangerous explosives in the world. this explosive was so dangerous known as "the mother of satan." how do you feel living so close to something look that? >> translator: that would have been a catastrophe he told us. that would have blown up all of brussels not just scarbecht. maybe they didn't do their job properly he said. they neglected things. they were too lenient. we spoke to many residents too afraid to go on camera, jeff. there is a profound sense of shock and disbelief the men behind the brussels attacks carried out their dangerous work in a family nabbed undetected by
left the sand in handcuffs but that is also how many business people feel. >> the people that want to get rid of spring break. >> he owned spinnakers since 19 # 6. he says this year's business has plummeted. >> between 80%, 90%. this time of year, approximately, 300 staff members. we have less than half that now. >> even so, over the last week at this day's inn, a 23-year-old from hoi thoi -- from ohio died from a drug overdose. a 20-year-old from indiana after a day of drinking fell to his death from a parking garage. but this year the address for spring break has changed. places like miami beach. how many kids here? couple hundred thousands is a guess. drinking that ninth beer. the real number no longer matters. except to miami beach cops. fewer than 400 of them trying to keep the lid on. they're still going to to what they're going to do. ain't going to stop it. >> bobby jenkins, president of the miami beach fraternal order of police. >> reporter: when communities like panama city beach, ban drinking on the beach, get tougher. do you see those who clamped down and flooding in here.
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