domestic terrorism

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terrorism practiced in your own country against your own people

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We are treating this as an act of domestic terrorism," said Bill Killian, the U.
While certainly the classification of a teenaged gamer, such as Paul Horner mentioned at the outset, as a domestic terrorist for his actions in a swatting scandal is a fiction, recognition of this political threat raises the question of whether or not swatting in the political context is deserving of treatment as domestic terrorism and the heightened sentencing that comes with that designation.
Regrettably, whilst fighting domestic terrorism was a necessity, simultaneously preparing for peace and bridging the economic west-east gap was (apparently) not.
According to Writers Glen Publications, The Gospel of Ashes is a terrorist conspiracy novel set in Boston which combines stories of war crimes, religious culture, and domestic terrorism that culminate in a nuclear threat to the US.
Clarke (political science, University of Arizona) explores the cultural and psychological linkages that define political assassinations within the context of the new era of domestic terrorism in America begun in the 1990's with the acts of Timothy McVeigh (the Oklahoma City bomber), Ted Kaczynski (the Unabomber), and Eric Rudolph, the abortion clinic bomber.
Police in Weston, Connecticut, based in part upon an unsubstantiated FBI statement that Reddy was a "person of interest" in a domestic terrorism investigation, executed a search and seizure warrant at Reddy's home on February 14 that involved the local SWAT team.
The incident renewed fears of domestic terrorism and gaps in security for private aircraft, although Obama administration officials said they had no reason to believe terrorism was involved.
The top FBI law enforcement official in New England will be in New Hampshire in September to discuss the effects crime and domestic terrorism have on businesses in the state.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu promised on Sunday to fight what he termed domestic terrorism after authorities said young thugs beat to death a man who was strolling along a Mediterranean beach with his family.
Tiller endured multiple acts of domestic terrorism aimed at preventing him from practicing medicine, including a bombing at his clinic in 1985, mass protests and demonstrations in 1991, and being shot in both arms in 1993 Despite this, Dr.
The police and FBI, if adequately trained and motivated through incentives in hiring and promotion, would be more than enough to deal with the domestic terrorism problem, putting a lot of terrorism specialists out of work and closing the cash spigot to their associated companies.
2761, it eliminates the distinction between foreign and domestic terrorism, as well as provides coverage for nuclear, biological, chemical or radiological (NBCR) attacks.
The bill proposes a 15-year renewal of the act, extending coverage for both foreign and domestic terrorism including events of nuclear, biological, chemical and radiological terrorism.
It adds coverage for domestic terrorism acts, thus eliminating the distinction between "home-grown" terrorism, such as the Oklahoma City bombing, and acts on behalf of a foreign person, and it requires insurance firms to cover nuclear, biological, chemical and radiological (NBCR) terrorism events.
An animal rights group known as the SHAC7 (Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty) will be sentenced today September 12th on domestic terrorism charges in Trenton, New Jersey.
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