Homeland Security Policy Institute releases report that lends support for increased police state measures, ignores all contrary facts and statistics
Madison Ruppert, Contributing Writer
Friday, September 9, 2011
A report, called “Counterterrorism Intelligence: Law Enforcement Perspectives” was released earlier this month through the George Washington University Homeland Security Policy Institute which lends heavy support for increasing local law enforcement efforts to thwart the threat of terrorism.
The report, authored by Frank J. Cilluffo, Joseph R. Clark, and Michael P. Downing, also advocates increased synergy between local, state and federal law enforcement authorities, which is completely reasonable and justified.
Where it gets problematic is the heavy support the report lends to increasing police state measures in the United States and the highly questionable methodology employed in the report…