U.S. Needs Law Against Domestic Terrorism: Expert

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The criminal charges in Charlottesville, Va., last month include murder, discharging a firearm, and malicious wounding. Terrorism is not mentioned. The U.S. doesn’t have a domestic terrorism charge that can be lodged against individuals or organizations that operate wholly within the country, McClatchy Newspapers reports. The FBI doesn’t have a unit dedicated to tracking the violent extreme right. This month, the Justice Department’s State . . .

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