Homegrown Terrorism and the Radicalization Process

Mueller III, Robert S.
August 2006
Vital Speeches of the Day;Aug2006, Vol. 72 Issue 20/21, p562
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This article presents a speech by Robert S. Mueller III, Director, Federal Bureau of Investigation, delivered to the FBI, at the City Club of Cleveland, Ohio, June 23, 2006. He discusses the emerging threat of homegrown terrorism and the radicalization process.He describes the alleged terrorist plot to blow up several buildings in Canada and to behead the Canadian Prime Minister. Also discussed is the alleged terrorist plot to attack the Sears Tower in Chicago, Illinois and other federal buildings.


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