Monday, October 24, 2016

Has Europe Left Itself Open To Terrorism?

By Inquisitr, Oct 22, 2016 

Since the assaults on Paris and Brussels which shook the continent, officials have been taking a long, hard look at the failures in their security that has revealed troubling dysfunction during a time that modern counterterrorism should have been at its most solid and prepared.

Frontline and ProPublica have sought to uncover the failures in the system that led to such brutal attacks going off without the slightest suspicion. ProPublica shares that most of the attackers and accused accomplices were already residents of Europe, yet were well known to police in their homelands as extremists. Six who took part in the two attacks were wanted on international arrest warrants for terrorism and one for evading parole. In addition, nine were on terrorist watch lists. Two such terrorists surfaced in 2009 while under investigation when suspects were said to be discussing potentially targeting Paris and the exact concert hall where these attackers succeeded in murdering dozens back in November 2015.

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