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Obama administration issues warning over rightwing extremists (895 hits)

Leaked homeland security memo says radicals may recruit Iraq and Afghanistan veterans

The Obama administration has issued a chilling warning to US police forces about the threat of a rise in violent rightwing extremist groups fuelled by recession, the return of disgruntled army veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan, and hostility over the election of the first black president.

The internal report, which was not meant for publication, was drawn up by the department of homeland security, set up after the 9/11 attacks to co-ordinate internal security. Read more...




Posted By: Steven Muhammad
Friday, April 17th 2009 at 9:56AM
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