The Orlando gay nightclub massacre has owners of clubs catering to the LGBT community rethinking security.

FOX's John Saucier reports:

All across the nation, owners of gay bars are expressing concern about the safety of their customers after a gunman opened fire Sunday morning in the Pulse gay nightclub in Orlando killing 49 people, wounding over 50.

Frank Ribauto owns Club Cafe in Boston, says he's thinking about increased training of his security personnel, but says no matter how well trained they are, there are no guarantees:

(Ribauto) "I'm not sure how you identify somebody that might be this type of threat."

Ribauto says he already has a heavy security presence at his club and says in more than 30 years he's seen no trouble there.

John Saucier, FOX News.

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