Pelly Defends New York Police Antiterror Surveillance Activities

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New York City Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly defended his department’s counterterrorism program, saying “people have short memories as to what happened here in 2001,” reports the New York Times. Kelly spoke on WOR-AM radio in response to growing criticism of his department’s surveillance methods, including monitoring Muslim communities in New York City and beyond and
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