Jun 4, 2007

'Capability low, intent very high'

Complaint filed against JFK terror suspects downplays threat, according to the New York Times, which holds that the officials who unveiled the terror plot were exaggerating the danger posed by the would-be terrorists.
No one would second-guess the authorities for pursuing and arresting suspected plotters. An enduring lesson that the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, have taught prosecutors and the Federal Bureau of Investigation is the danger of inaction.
Funny, but second-guessing seems to be exactly what this reporter is doing.

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