Counterterror Chief To Leave FBI For Las Vegas

Print More The FBI’s chief antiterrorism official is quitting only three months after becoming the bureau’s third-ranking employee. The New York Times notes that Larry Mefford is the third person to leave the job in 14 months. The FBI made counterterrorism its top priority after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. Mefford will handle security for a
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