Banks and even entire jurisdictions are feverishly responding to increased government scrutiny from the world's monetary power centers in the name of exposing political corruption, combating terrorism, and preventing tax evasion.
Since 1990, 670 people have been killed and 3,053 injured in attacks by far-right extremists in the United States, according to a new study by the Combating Terrorism Center (CTC) at West Point. Perhaps more frightening, the CTC says...Show More Summary
And yes, the label “terrorism” is not inappropriate: A report published by the Combating Terrorism Center at West Point Military Academy on Jan. 15 discusses the potential dangers of “violent far-right” organizations, which has angered some conservatives that believe the military should focus on international threats. The executive summary of the paper, “Challengers from the [...]
A study for the Combatting Terrorism Center, a think tank associated with the United States Military Academy at West Point, warns of the threat posed by rightwing extremists. It identifies the potential for violence in groups defined...Show More Summary
“Challenges from the Sidelines” from West Point’s Combating Terrorism Center details the “dramatic rise in the number of attacks and violent plots originating from individuals and groups who self-identify with the far-right of American...Show More Summary
A Senate subcommittee report found that fusion centers with federal support spied on Muslims and produced little of value. In one instance, a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) official drafted a report on “a list of reading suggestions by a Muslim community group, ‘Ten Book Recommendations for Every Muslim.’"
Seventeen declassified documents obtained in the Abbottabad raid that killed Osama bin Laden were published on Thursday by the Combating Terrorism Center (CTC). The 175 pages of electronic letters and drafts represent a small fraction...Show More Summary
Seventeen declassified letters from Osama bin Laden’s house in Abbottabad were released on Thursday, by way of the Combating Terrorism Center at West Point; they are a hundred and seventy-five pages in Arabic, and a hundred and ninety-seven in the English translation. Show More Summary
The Combating Terrorism Center at West Point (USA) has released a study called "Letters from Abbottabad: Bin Ladin Sidelined?". The study provides analysis of 17 declassified documents captured last year during the raid which killed Usama bin Ladin. Show More Summary
The al-Qaeda documents released by West Point’s Center for Combatting Terrorism (which needs to be better funded by Congress) show that the whole warmonger meme that Iran and al-Qaeda are in bed is a complete crock. Ali Gharib at Think Progress shows that the flurry of Weekly Standard articles alleging al-Qaeda-Iran links in recent months [...]
On Thursday, the Combating Terrorism Center at West Point released 17 declassified documents from the raid that killed Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, along with a report on the records. Thousands of documents were reportedly discovered...Show More Summary
The Combating Terrorism Center (CTC) at West Point today released 17 declassified documents, totaling 197 pages in English translations, which were among the reportedly thousands of items seized from Osama bin Laden's compound after U.S. Special Forces killed the terrorist leader last year.
One of the most intriguing highlights of the 17 documents released by West Point's Combating Terrorism Center from the trove captured at Osama bin Laden's Abottabad is a discussion from Al Qaeda's American media advisor Adam Gadahn on plans for the commemoration of the 10th anniversary of 9/11. Show More Summary
The United States published several documents online Thursday that it seized during the raid that killed Osama bin Laden in Pakistan last year. The Combating Terrorism Center at West Point published the papers on its website. They are among the more than 6,000 documents U.S. Navy SEALs seized during their raid on bin Laden's compound [...]
As of Thursday morning, documents seized by United States Forces on the May 1st, 2011 raid that killed Osama Bin Laden have been released by West Point’s Combating Terrorism Center. Over 6,000 pages, including Arabic written as well as English translated documents give a rare and unsightly look into the life of the once most [...]Show More Summary
The Combatting Terrorism Center at West Point today released documents U.S. special operations forces recovered from Osama bin Laden’s compound after having killed the Al Qaeda leader. “Bin Ladin’s frustration with regional jihadi groups and his seeming inability to exercise control over their actions and public statements is the most compelling story to be told [...]
The U.S. Army 's Combating Terrorism Center posted an explosive report early this morning that contains what are the last letters Osama bin Laden wrote before the raid that killed him a year ago. The biggest bombshell is this: He wanted to target planes that Barack Obama and Gen. Show More Summary
More than 6,000 documents seized during the May 1, 2011 raid that killed Osama bin Laden were released on Thursday by West Point's Combating Terrorism Center, giving the public a rare glimpse into the Al-Qaida leader's terror plans and largely solitary life. The raw documents--both the Arabic originals and versions translated and summarized in English--were [...]
The Combating Terrorism Center at Westpoint has released some of the documents seized during the UBL raid this morning along with English translations and expert commentary. An ODNI spokesman told the Washington Times that the documents chosen for release were...
West Point's Combating Terrorism Center is today set to post online "a number of documents from the compound in Abbottabad" where al-Qaida leader Osama bin Ladin was killed one year ago.