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Infiltration and Surveillance Countering Homegrown Terrorism

Infiltration and Surveillance: Countering Homegrown Terrorism The New York City Police Department's surveillance of Muslim communities in New York has been widely debated since being publicly revealed in a Pulitzer Prize winning series of Associated Press reports. Defenders argue such techniques are crucial tools in an era of homegrown terrorism. Critics allege that the NYPD's techniques amount to blanket surveillance and alienate the very communities that government needs to work with against extremists. Please join us for a discussion about these techniques with two of the Pulitzer Prize winning reporters that broke the NYPD surveillance story and the author of a New America Foundation report revealing the FBI's efforts to infiltrate anti-government extremist networks in the early 1990s. Participants Panelists Matt Apuzzo Reporter, Associated Press J.M. Berger Author, Jihad Joe: Americans Who Go to War in the Name of Islam Adam Goldman Reporter, Associated Press Moderator Brian Fishman Counterterrorism Research Fellow New America Foundation
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