U.S. Has Freed 400 Terror Convicts in Five Years

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Over the last five years, the U.S. government has quietly released more than 400 people convicted on international terrorism-related charges, The Intercept reports. Some were deported to other countries following their prison terms, but a large number of convicted terrorists are living in the United States. The release of people convicted on terrorism . . .

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