Who Is A Terrorist? The DOJ Isn’t Sure


09.29.09terrorA new report reveals the low number of terror prosecutions the U.S. government has brought since 9/11, and suggests the problem may be the government’s inability to agree on a definition for who is a terrorist. According to TRAC Report’s “Who is a Terrorist? Government Failure to Define Terrorism Undermines Enforcement, Puts Civil Liberties at Risk,” federal law enforcement agencies “waste their time on investigations that go nowhere,” and the Obama administration has done little to remedy the problem.

Read Associated Press coverage here.

Use The Crime Report for more information on Terrorism and the U.S. Justice Department.

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