The Fort Hood massacre, on Nov. 5, 2009, which left 13 dead and 32 wounded, could have been prevented. Evidence of accused killer Nidal HasanAis growing drift toward violent Islamist extremism was on full display during his military medical training, although his superiors took no punitive action. He suggested Muslim Americans in the U.S. military might be prone to commit fratricide. But, a slipshod FBI invest. into Hasan, coupled with internal disagreements and flaws in the agencyAis intelligence operations also contributed to the governmentAis failure to prevent the attack. This report tracks HasanAis growing radicalization in the years before the attack and the numerous failures of the military to take action against him. A print on demand report.Counter-Terrorism Lessons from the U. S. Governmenta#39;s Failure to Prevent the Fort Hood Attack Joseph I. Lieberman ... 162 We note ~as an indicator of FBI culture ~ that the FBI phone book still divides FBI personnel into two categories - agentanbsp;...
|Title||:||Ticking Time Bomb|
|Author||:||Joseph I. Lieberman|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2011-05|