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Taking Down Terrorists

TAKING DOWN HOW CRIMINAL JUSTICE FIGHTS THE NEW WAR TERRORISTS When President Obama announced, the President for his decision on May 2, 2011, that American forces had killed Osama bin Laden – the most making and the Navy SEALS for their bravery. What many Americans might not have known is that there are many stages in Office and battlefield in the project of counterterrorism; and every ween the Oval notorious and sought-after terrorist in history – Americans rejoiced, applauding one of them plays a crucial role. THE PRESIDENT Often puts forth new provisions in counter terrorist legislation before being voted on by Congress. Both the architect of general counter terrorist initiatives as well as the final word on specific actions. President Obama made finding bin Laden his 'top priority' in the fight against terrorism after he was elected in 2008. Also made the decision to make a tactical strike on the suspected bin Laden compound rather than bomb- ing it with drones. Experts put bin Laden's likelihood of being there between 40-60%, and some in the council disagreed with Obama's decision prior to its execution. THE LEGISLATORS Legislators create the bills that define the jurisdiction allowed to American counter- terrorist organizations. 15 Congressmen were part of Obama's closed council on the bin Laden operation in the months leading up to it. The USA Patriot Act of 2001, enacted in response to 9/11, continues to be one of the most controversial pieces of legislation in recent history due to its per- ceived infringement on civil rights. It includes provisions for wiretapping, information gathering measures, detaining security, among other things. suspects, and border On May 19, 2011, legislators voted to renew certain provisions of the act, including seizure of any "tan- gible object" related to an investigation and wiretap- ping of noncitizen suspects, until 2015. Post-Patriot Act Terrorist Prosecutions As of 2010, there have been 688 terrorism-related prosecu- tions resolved since 9/11. 87% resulted in conviction. 87% 598 688 Convicted on any charge 8% 052 688 All charges dismissed by prosecutor 017 688 1% 009|688 3% All charges dismissed by judge Acquitted B08 688 0X 102|688 18 Convicted, verdicts later vacated or reversed Charges dismissed as part of plea agreement 688 Not guilty by reason of insanity 0X 688 Mistrial THE FBI INSIDE WIRE TAPS WHO'S LISTENING: Domestically operate a number of intelligence discliplines, including human intelligence, signals intelligence, and imagery intelligence. FBI NSA CIA Played little role in the bin Laden mission due WIRETAP ORDERS 2009 to its international nature, though they head up efforts in domestic terrorism. 2,376 Operates wire-taps - one of the central methods of communications intelligence - for land-lines, cell phones, SMS, and internet-telephony systems across the US. OVER 90% OF ORDERS TARGET CELL PHONES. THE NSA The NSA focuses on analyzing information. AGENTS TRACK TARGET LOCATIONS IN REAL TIME USING CELL-TOWERS. Specializes in crypt- analysis, or the decoding of cnarypted information. Played a limited role in the discovery of bin Laden due to his use of 'sneakernet for communication. Focuses exclusively by law on foreign communications, though it has become embroiled in controversies regarding wiretapping US citizens. GOVERNMENT CURRENTLY STRUGGLING WITH TAPPING PEER-TO-PEER SERVICES LIKE SKYPE. Deals strictly with intercepting communications media, such as phone conversations and emails, unlike CIA which also uses human contacts and other sources. THE CIA ANALYSTS Analysts brief US officials and policymakers on perti- nent information after assessing and compiling data. Process large amounts of data from diverse sources: satellite imagery from different organizations, foreign media reports, and field agents around the world. Works closely with governmental organizations such as the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, which O employs satellite and airborne imagery to better under- stand military problems. The NGIA's aerial images of bin Laden's compound were so detailed that they were able to build an exact replica for operation rehearsals with the SEAL team. THE CIA INTERROGATORS Interrogators use a combination of tradi- ENHANCED INTERROGATION tional and "enhanced" techniques, which were authorized by Bush 1. ATTENTION GRAB in 2002. Can use lies almost as well as true state- ments to discover new information. Grabbed and forcefully shaken. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the central architect of the 9/11 attacks, was held at a black site in rural Poland where he was reportedly waterboarded 183 times. His lies about the courier were the only pertinent 2. ATTENTION SLAP BELLY SLAP information discovered. Operates 50 or more 'black sites' across the world, as well as 25 in Afghanistan and 20 in Iraq, in addition to domestic centers. Black sites are used principally for imprisonment and interrogation. Face and stomach are slapped 3. LONG STAND World Map of Known CIA Black Sites (40+ AMERICA EURASIA Prisoner stands for 40+ hours. Most effective method. 4. COLD CELL UDON THANI US Air Force base during Vietnam War. Housed key 9/11 suspects. Prisoner is doused with cold water in 50"F cell. KANDAHAR, THE HANGAR & THE BLACK PRISON Some of the first black sites established after the invasion of Afghanistan. 5. WATERBOARDING ABU GHRAIB, IRAO 280-acre prison in Iraq. Subject of a criminal investigation in 2003. MIHAIL KOGALNICEANU Romanian air base used to hold 'high-value detainees'. STARE KIEJKUTY Base in northern Poland where Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was held. AIN AOUDA & TEMARA 2 sites in rural Morocco known for harsh interrogation methods. Water is poured over a cloth placed on the face. GUANTANAMO BAY Opened in 2002 on Cuba, built to hold up to 2000 terrorism suspects. THE CIA FIELD Ø AGENTS DRONES MQ-1 Predator Currently one of tne of the most popular surveillance drones. Have been used Field agents represent extensively in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Iraq. Can be fitted for offensive strikes. the front line of infor- mation gathering. Operate a range of sophisticated equip- ment for surveillance purposes, including telephoto lens cameras, infrared imaging equipment, eaves- dropping devices, (X) and radar satellites. LENGTH 27 ft After 9/11, teams in Afghanistan befriended locals and exchanged money for information regarding bin Laden. SPAN 48.7 ft Agents operating from an Abbottabad rental house had been watching bin Laden's compound for months before the operation that killed him. WEIGHT 2,300 lbs THE SPECIAL MISSION UNITS UNIT COST $4.5M MQ-9 Reaper Carry small arms, including M4s, M16s, and SIG P226 pistols. It was likely one Bigger and more powerful than the Predator. More #1) of these three that heavily armed and ideal killed bin Laden. for offensive strikes. Used for surveillance as well as military strikes. M16 M4 SIG P226 LENGTH х 36 ft Seal Team 6 was created in wake of 15-month long hostage debacle in Iran in 1980, when it was decided an ultra-clite squad would be necessary for similar operations. SPAN 66 ft The members of ST6, which killed bin Laden, had most likely been deployed more than a dozen times in war situations. WEIGHT +1 The two "Tier One" tactical counterterrorism teams 10,000 lbs are Delta Force, operated 6, run by the Navy. Operatives are recruited from existing elite teams. It is impossible to apply for positions. rthe army, and Seal Team UNIT COST $10.5M Accompanied by a dog, trained to detect bombs and booby traps. Dogs are still more efficient at these tasks than most other options. RQ-170 Sentinel Stealth drone that is smaller than Predator and CREATED BY: CriminalJusticeDegree.net Reaper. Flown, undetected over suspected bin Laden compound to help flesh out satellite images. Was top secret until spotted in Afghanistan in 2009. http://news.cnet.com/8301-31921_3-20060321-281.html?tag=mncol;txt http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/cia- flew-stealth-drones-into-pakistan-to-monitor-bin-la -laden-house/2011/05/13/AFSdWS5G_story.html http://www.airforce-technology.com/projects/predator/ http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/17/business/17uav.html?hp http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/blogpost/post/navy-seals- who-killed-osama-bin-laden-are-from-the-elite-team-6/2011/05/02/AFCC93YF_blog.html http://www.businessinsider.com/seal-team-6-2011-5 http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/06/world/asia/06intel.html?_r=3&partner=rss&eme=rss http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/04/us/politics/04torture.html?hp https://www.cia.gov/carcers/opportunities/analytical/index.html http://cosmiclog.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2011/05/02/6571688-how- satellites-helped-get-osama http://www.wired.com/politics/security/news/2007/08/wiretap ALL STATS UNKNOWN http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/intelligence/disciplines |0||0|0| ΤΑΚING DOWN HOW CRIMINAL JUSTICE FIGHTS THE NEW WAR TERRORISTS When President Obama announced, the President for his decision on May 2, 2011, that American forces had killed Osama bin Laden – the most making and the Navy SEALS for their bravery. What many Americans might not have known is that there are many stages in Office and battlefield in the project of counterterrorism; and every ween the Oval notorious and sought-after terrorist in history – Americans rejoiced, applauding one of them plays a crucial role. THE PRESIDENT Often puts forth new provisions in counter terrorist legislation before being voted on by Congress. Both the architect of general counter terrorist initiatives as well as the final word on specific actions. President Obama made finding bin Laden his 'top priority' in the fight against terrorism after he was elected in 2008. Also made the decision to make a tactical strike on the suspected bin Laden compound rather than bomb- ing it with drones. Experts put bin Laden's likelihood of being there between 40-60%, and some in the council disagreed with Obama's decision prior to its execution. THE LEGISLATORS Legislators create the bills that define the jurisdiction allowed to American counter- terrorist organizations. 15 Congressmen were part of Obama's closed council on the bin Laden operation in the months leading up to it. The USA Patriot Act of 2001, enacted in response to 9/11, continues to be one of the most controversial pieces of legislation in recent history due to its per- ceived infringement on civil rights. It includes provisions for wiretapping, information gathering measures, detaining security, among other things. suspects, and border On May 19, 2011, legislators voted to renew certain provisions of the act, including seizure of any "tan- gible object" related to an investigation and wiretap- ping of noncitizen suspects, until 2015. Post-Patriot Act Terrorist Prosecutions As of 2010, there have been 688 terrorism-related prosecu- tions resolved since 9/11. 87% resulted in conviction. 87% 598 688 Convicted on any charge 8% 052 688 All charges dismissed by prosecutor 017 688 1% 009|688 3% All charges dismissed by judge Acquitted B08 688 0X 102|688 18 Convicted, verdicts later vacated or reversed Charges dismissed as part of plea agreement 688 Not guilty by reason of insanity 0X 688 Mistrial THE FBI INSIDE WIRE TAPS WHO'S LISTENING: Domestically operate a number of intelligence discliplines, including human intelligence, signals intelligence, and imagery intelligence. FBI NSA CIA Played little role in the bin Laden mission due WIRETAP ORDERS 2009 to its international nature, though they head up efforts in domestic terrorism. 2,376 Operates wire-taps - one of the central methods of communications intelligence - for land-lines, cell phones, SMS, and internet-telephony systems across the US. OVER 90% OF ORDERS TARGET CELL PHONES. 图 NNNN THE NSA The NSA focuses on analyzing information. AGENTS TRACK TARGET LOCATIONS IN REAL TIME USING CELL-TOWERS. Specializes in crypt- analysis, or the decoding of cnarypted information. Played a limited role in the discovery of bin Laden due to his use of 'sneakernet for communication. Focuses exclusively by law on foreign communications, though it has become embroiled in controversies regarding wiretapping US citizens. GOVERNMENT CURRENTLY STRUGGLING WITH TAPPING PEER-TO-PEER SERVICES LIKE SKYPE. Deals strictly with intercepting communications media, such as phone conversations and emails, unlike CIA which also uses human contacts and other sources. THE CIA ANALYSTS Analysts brief US officials and policymakers on perti- nent information after assessing and compiling data. Process large amounts of data from diverse sources: satellite imagery from different organizations, foreign media reports, and field agents around the world. Works closely with governmental organizations such as the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, which O employs satellite and airborne imagery to better under- stand military problems. The NGIA's aerial images of bin Laden's compound were so detailed that they were able to build an exact replica for operation rehearsals with the SEAL team. THE CIA INTERROGATORS Interrogators use a combination of tradi- ENHANCED INTERROGATION tional and "enhanced" techniques, which were authorized by Bush 1. ATTENTION GRAB in 2002. Can use lies almost as well as true state- ments to discover new information. Grabbed and forcefully shaken. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the central architect of the 9/11 attacks, was held at a black site in rural Poland where he was reportedly waterboarded 183 times. His lies about the courier were the only pertinent 2. ATTENTION SLAP BELLY SLAP information discovered. Operates 50 or more 'black sites' across the world, as well as 25 in Afghanistan and 20 in Iraq, in addition to domestic centers. Black sites are used principally for imprisonment and interrogation. Face and stomach are slapped 3. LONG STAND World Map of Known CIA Black Sites (40+ AMERICA EURASIA Prisoner stands for 40+ hours. Most effective method. 4. COLD CELL UDON THANI US Air Force base during Vietnam War. Housed key 9/11 suspects. Prisoner is doused with cold water in 50"F cell. KANDAHAR, THE HANGAR & THE BLACK PRISON Some of the first black sites established after the invasion of Afghanistan. 5. WATERBOARDING ABU GHRAIB, IRAO 280-acre prison in Iraq. Subject of a criminal investigation in 2003. MIHAIL KOGALNICEANU Romanian air base used to hold 'high-value detainees'. STARE KIEJKUTY Base in northern Poland where Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was held. AIN AOUDA & TEMARA 2 sites in rural Morocco known for harsh interrogation methods. Water is poured over a cloth placed on the face. GUANTANAMO BAY Opened in 2002 on Cuba, built to hold up to 2000 terrorism suspects. THE CIA FIELD Ø AGENTS DRONES MQ-1 Predator Currently one of tne of the most popular surveillance drones. Have been used Field agents represent extensively in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Iraq. Can be fitted for offensive strikes. the front line of infor- mation gathering. Operate a range of sophisticated equip- ment for surveillance purposes, including telephoto lens cameras, infrared imaging equipment, eaves- dropping devices, (X) and radar satellites. LENGTH 27 ft After 9/11, teams in Afghanistan befriended locals and exchanged money for information regarding bin Laden. SPAN 48.7 ft Agents operating from an Abbottabad rental house had been watching bin Laden's compound for months before the operation that killed him. WEIGHT 2,300 lbs THE SPECIAL MISSION UNITS UNIT COST $4.5M MQ-9 Reaper Carry small arms, including M4s, M16s, and SIG P226 pistols. It was likely one Bigger and more powerful than the Predator. More #1) of these three that heavily armed and ideal killed bin Laden. for offensive strikes. Used for surveillance as well as military strikes. M16 M4 SIG P226 LENGTH 36 ft Seal Team 6 was created in wake of 15-month long hostage debacle in Iran in 1980, when it was decided an ultra-clite squad would be necessary for similar operations. SPAN 66 ft The members of ST6, which killed bin Laden, had most likely been deployed more than a dozen times in war situations. WEIGHT The two "Tier One" tactical counterterrorism teams 10,000 lbs are Delta Force, operated 6, run by the Navy. Operatives are recruited from existing elite teams. It is impossible to apply for positions. rthe army, and Seal Team UNIT COST $10.5M Accompanied by a dog, trained to detect bombs and booby traps. Dogs are still more efficient at these tasks than most other options. RQ-170 Sentinel Stealth drone that is smaller than Predator and CREATED BY: CriminalJusticeDegree.net Reaper. Flown, undetected over suspected bin Laden compound to help flesh out satellite images. Was top secret until spotted in Afghanistan in 2009. http://news.cnet.com/8301-31921_3-20060321-281.html?tag=mncol;txt http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/cia- flew-stealth-drones-into-pakistan-to-monitor-bin-la -laden-house/2011/05/13/AFSdWS5G_story.html http://www.airforce-technology.com/projects/predator/ http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/17/business/17uav.html?hp http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/blogpost/post/navy-seals- who-killed-osama-bin-laden-are-from-the-elite-team-6/2011/05/02/AFCC93YF_blog.html http://www.businessinsider.com/seal-team-6-2011-5 http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/06/world/asia/06intel.html?_r=3&partner=rss&eme=rss http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/04/us/politics/04torture.html?hp https://www.cia.gov/carcers/opportunities/analytical/index.html http://cosmiclog.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2011/05/02/6571688-how- satellites-helped-get-osama http://www.wired.com/politics/security/news/2007/08/wiretap ALL STATS UNKNOWN http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/intelligence/disciplines ΤΑΚING DOWN HOW CRIMINAL JUSTICE FIGHTS THE NEW WAR TERRORISTS When President Obama announced, the President for his decision on May 2, 2011, that American forces had killed Osama bin Laden – the most making and the Navy SEALS for their bravery. What many Americans might not have known is that there are many stages in Office and battlefield in the project of counterterrorism; and every ween the Oval notorious and sought-after terrorist in history – Americans rejoiced, applauding one of them plays a crucial role. THE PRESIDENT Often puts forth new provisions in counter terrorist legislation before being voted on by Congress. Both the architect of general counter terrorist initiatives as well as the final word on specific actions. President Obama made finding bin Laden his 'top priority' in the fight against terrorism after he was elected in 2008. Also made the decision to make a tactical strike on the suspected bin Laden compound rather than bomb- ing it with drones. Experts put bin Laden's likelihood of being there between 40-60%, and some in the council disagreed with Obama's decision prior to its execution. THE LEGISLATORS Legislators create the bills that define the jurisdiction allowed to American counter- terrorist organizations. 15 Congressmen were part of Obama's closed council on the bin Laden operation in the months leading up to it. The USA Patriot Act of 2001, enacted in response to 9/11, continues to be one of the most controversial pieces of legislation in recent history due to its per- ceived infringement on civil rights. It includes provisions for wiretapping, information gathering measures, detaining security, among other things. suspects, and border On May 19, 2011, legislators voted to renew certain provisions of the act, including seizure of any "tan- gible object" related to an investigation and wiretap- ping of noncitizen suspects, until 2015. Post-Patriot Act Terrorist Prosecutions As of 2010, there have been 688 terrorism-related prosecu- tions resolved since 9/11. 87% resulted in conviction. 87% 598 688 Convicted on any charge 8% 052 688 All charges dismissed by prosecutor 017 688 1% 009|688 3% All charges dismissed by judge Acquitted B08 688 0X 102|688 18 Convicted, verdicts later vacated or reversed Charges dismissed as part of plea agreement 688 Not guilty by reason of insanity 0X 688 Mistrial THE FBI INSIDE WIRE TAPS WHO'S LISTENING: Domestically operate a number of intelligence discliplines, including human intelligence, signals intelligence, and imagery intelligence. FBI NSA CIA Played little role in the bin Laden mission due WIRETAP ORDERS 2009 to its international nature, though they head up efforts in domestic terrorism. 2,376 Operates wire-taps - one of the central methods of communications intelligence - for land-lines, cell phones, SMS, and internet-telephony systems across the US. OVER 90% OF ORDERS TARGET CELL PHONES. 图 NNNN THE NSA The NSA focuses on analyzing information. AGENTS TRACK TARGET LOCATIONS IN REAL TIME USING CELL-TOWERS. Specializes in crypt- analysis, or the decoding of cnarypted information. Played a limited role in the discovery of bin Laden due to his use of 'sneakernet for communication. Focuses exclusively by law on foreign communications, though it has become embroiled in controversies regarding wiretapping US citizens. GOVERNMENT CURRENTLY STRUGGLING WITH TAPPING PEER-TO-PEER SERVICES LIKE SKYPE. Deals strictly with intercepting communications media, such as phone conversations and emails, unlike CIA which also uses human contacts and other sources. THE CIA ANALYSTS Analysts brief US officials and policymakers on perti- nent information after assessing and compiling data. Process large amounts of data from diverse sources: satellite imagery from different organizations, foreign media reports, and field agents around the world. Works closely with governmental organizations such as the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, which O employs satellite and airborne imagery to better under- stand military problems. The NGIA's aerial images of bin Laden's compound were so detailed that they were able to build an exact replica for operation rehearsals with the SEAL team. THE CIA INTERROGATORS Interrogators use a combination of tradi- ENHANCED INTERROGATION tional and "enhanced" techniques, which were authorized by Bush 1. ATTENTION GRAB in 2002. Can use lies almost as well as true state- ments to discover new information. Grabbed and forcefully shaken. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the central architect of the 9/11 attacks, was held at a black site in rural Poland where he was reportedly waterboarded 183 times. His lies about the courier were the only pertinent 2. ATTENTION SLAP BELLY SLAP information discovered. Operates 50 or more 'black sites' across the world, as well as 25 in Afghanistan and 20 in Iraq, in addition to domestic centers. Black sites are used principally for imprisonment and interrogation. Face and stomach are slapped 3. LONG STAND World Map of Known CIA Black Sites (40+ AMERICA EURASIA Prisoner stands for 40+ hours. Most effective method. 4. COLD CELL UDON THANI US Air Force base during Vietnam War. Housed key 9/11 suspects. Prisoner is doused with cold water in 50"F cell. KANDAHAR, THE HANGAR & THE BLACK PRISON Some of the first black sites established after the invasion of Afghanistan. 5. WATERBOARDING ABU GHRAIB, IRAO 280-acre prison in Iraq. Subject of a criminal investigation in 2003. MIHAIL KOGALNICEANU Romanian air base used to hold 'high-value detainees'. STARE KIEJKUTY Base in northern Poland where Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was held. AIN AOUDA & TEMARA 2 sites in rural Morocco known for harsh interrogation methods. Water is poured over a cloth placed on the face. GUANTANAMO BAY Opened in 2002 on Cuba, built to hold up to 2000 terrorism suspects. THE CIA FIELD Ø AGENTS DRONES MQ-1 Predator Currently one of tne of the most popular surveillance drones. Have been used Field agents represent extensively in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Iraq. Can be fitted for offensive strikes. the front line of infor- mation gathering. Operate a range of sophisticated equip- ment for surveillance purposes, including telephoto lens cameras, infrared imaging equipment, eaves- dropping devices, (X) and radar satellites. LENGTH 27 ft After 9/11, teams in Afghanistan befriended locals and exchanged money for information regarding bin Laden. SPAN 48.7 ft Agents operating from an Abbottabad rental house had been watching bin Laden's compound for months before the operation that killed him. WEIGHT 2,300 lbs THE SPECIAL MISSION UNITS UNIT COST $4.5M MQ-9 Reaper Carry small arms, including M4s, M16s, and SIG P226 pistols. It was likely one Bigger and more powerful than the Predator. More #1) of these three that heavily armed and ideal killed bin Laden. for offensive strikes. Used for surveillance as well as military strikes. M16 M4 SIG P226 LENGTH 36 ft Seal Team 6 was created in wake of 15-month long hostage debacle in Iran in 1980, when it was decided an ultra-clite squad would be necessary for similar operations. SPAN 66 ft The members of ST6, which killed bin Laden, had most likely been deployed more than a dozen times in war situations. WEIGHT The two "Tier One" tactical counterterrorism teams 10,000 lbs are Delta Force, operated 6, run by the Navy. Operatives are recruited from existing elite teams. It is impossible to apply for positions. rthe army, and Seal Team UNIT COST $10.5M Accompanied by a dog, trained to detect bombs and booby traps. Dogs are still more efficient at these tasks than most other options. RQ-170 Sentinel Stealth drone that is smaller than Predator and CREATED BY: CriminalJusticeDegree.net Reaper. Flown, undetected over suspected bin Laden compound to help flesh out satellite images. Was top secret until spotted in Afghanistan in 2009. http://news.cnet.com/8301-31921_3-20060321-281.html?tag=mncol;txt http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/cia- flew-stealth-drones-into-pakistan-to-monitor-bin-la -laden-house/2011/05/13/AFSdWS5G_story.html http://www.airforce-technology.com/projects/predator/ http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/17/business/17uav.html?hp http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/blogpost/post/navy-seals- who-killed-osama-bin-laden-are-from-the-elite-team-6/2011/05/02/AFCC93YF_blog.html http://www.businessinsider.com/seal-team-6-2011-5 http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/06/world/asia/06intel.html?_r=3&partner=rss&eme=rss http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/04/us/politics/04torture.html?hp https://www.cia.gov/carcers/opportunities/analytical/index.html http://cosmiclog.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2011/05/02/6571688-how- satellites-helped-get-osama http://www.wired.com/politics/security/news/2007/08/wiretap ALL STATS UNKNOWN http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/intelligence/disciplines ΤΑΚING DOWN HOW CRIMINAL JUSTICE FIGHTS THE NEW WAR TERRORISTS When President Obama announced, the President for his decision on May 2, 2011, that American forces had killed Osama bin Laden – the most making and the Navy SEALS for their bravery. What many Americans might not have known is that there are many stages in Office and battlefield in the project of counterterrorism; and every ween the Oval notorious and sought-after terrorist in history – Americans rejoiced, applauding one of them plays a crucial role. THE PRESIDENT Often puts forth new provisions in counter terrorist legislation before being voted on by Congress. Both the architect of general counter terrorist initiatives as well as the final word on specific actions. President Obama made finding bin Laden his 'top priority' in the fight against terrorism after he was elected in 2008. Also made the decision to make a tactical strike on the suspected bin Laden compound rather than bomb- ing it with drones. Experts put bin Laden's likelihood of being there between 40-60%, and some in the council disagreed with Obama's decision prior to its execution. THE LEGISLATORS Legislators create the bills that define the jurisdiction allowed to American counter- terrorist organizations. 15 Congressmen were part of Obama's closed council on the bin Laden operation in the months leading up to it. The USA Patriot Act of 2001, enacted in response to 9/11, continues to be one of the most controversial pieces of legislation in recent history due to its per- ceived infringement on civil rights. It includes provisions for wiretapping, information gathering measures, detaining security, among other things. suspects, and border On May 19, 2011, legislators voted to renew certain provisions of the act, including seizure of any "tan- gible object" related to an investigation and wiretap- ping of noncitizen suspects, until 2015. Post-Patriot Act Terrorist Prosecutions As of 2010, there have been 688 terrorism-related prosecu- tions resolved since 9/11. 87% resulted in conviction. 87% 598 688 Convicted on any charge 8% 052 688 All charges dismissed by prosecutor 017 688 1% 009|688 3% All charges dismissed by judge Acquitted B08 688 0X 102|688 18 Convicted, verdicts later vacated or reversed Charges dismissed as part of plea agreement 688 Not guilty by reason of insanity 0X 688 Mistrial THE FBI INSIDE WIRE TAPS WHO'S LISTENING: Domestically operate a number of intelligence discliplines, including human intelligence, signals intelligence, and imagery intelligence. FBI NSA CIA Played little role in the bin Laden mission due WIRETAP ORDERS 2009 to its international nature, though they head up efforts in domestic terrorism. 2,376 Operates wire-taps - one of the central methods of communications intelligence - for land-lines, cell phones, SMS, and internet-telephony systems across the US. OVER 90% OF ORDERS TARGET CELL PHONES. 图 NNNN THE NSA The NSA focuses on analyzing information. AGENTS TRACK TARGET LOCATIONS IN REAL TIME USING CELL-TOWERS. Specializes in crypt- analysis, or the decoding of cnarypted information. Played a limited role in the discovery of bin Laden due to his use of 'sneakernet for communication. Focuses exclusively by law on foreign communications, though it has become embroiled in controversies regarding wiretapping US citizens. GOVERNMENT CURRENTLY STRUGGLING WITH TAPPING PEER-TO-PEER SERVICES LIKE SKYPE. Deals strictly with intercepting communications media, such as phone conversations and emails, unlike CIA which also uses human contacts and other sources. THE CIA ANALYSTS Analysts brief US officials and policymakers on perti- nent information after assessing and compiling data. Process large amounts of data from diverse sources: satellite imagery from different organizations, foreign media reports, and field agents around the world. Works closely with governmental organizations such as the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, which O employs satellite and airborne imagery to better under- stand military problems. The NGIA's aerial images of bin Laden's compound were so detailed that they were able to build an exact replica for operation rehearsals with the SEAL team. THE CIA INTERROGATORS Interrogators use a combination of tradi- ENHANCED INTERROGATION tional and "enhanced" techniques, which were authorized by Bush 1. ATTENTION GRAB in 2002. Can use lies almost as well as true state- ments to discover new information. Grabbed and forcefully shaken. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the central architect of the 9/11 attacks, was held at a black site in rural Poland where he was reportedly waterboarded 183 times. His lies about the courier were the only pertinent 2. ATTENTION SLAP BELLY SLAP information discovered. Operates 50 or more 'black sites' across the world, as well as 25 in Afghanistan and 20 in Iraq, in addition to domestic centers. Black sites are used principally for imprisonment and interrogation. Face and stomach are slapped 3. LONG STAND World Map of Known CIA Black Sites (40+ AMERICA EURASIA Prisoner stands for 40+ hours. Most effective method. 4. COLD CELL UDON THANI US Air Force base during Vietnam War. Housed key 9/11 suspects. Prisoner is doused with cold water in 50"F cell. KANDAHAR, THE HANGAR & THE BLACK PRISON Some of the first black sites established after the invasion of Afghanistan. 5. WATERBOARDING ABU GHRAIB, IRAO 280-acre prison in Iraq. Subject of a criminal investigation in 2003. MIHAIL KOGALNICEANU Romanian air base used to hold 'high-value detainees'. STARE KIEJKUTY Base in northern Poland where Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was held. AIN AOUDA & TEMARA 2 sites in rural Morocco known for harsh interrogation methods. Water is poured over a cloth placed on the face. GUANTANAMO BAY Opened in 2002 on Cuba, built to hold up to 2000 terrorism suspects. THE CIA FIELD Ø AGENTS DRONES MQ-1 Predator Currently one of tne of the most popular surveillance drones. Have been used Field agents represent extensively in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Iraq. Can be fitted for offensive strikes. the front line of infor- mation gathering. Operate a range of sophisticated equip- ment for surveillance purposes, including telephoto lens cameras, infrared imaging equipment, eaves- dropping devices, (X) and radar satellites. LENGTH 27 ft After 9/11, teams in Afghanistan befriended locals and exchanged money for information regarding bin Laden. SPAN 48.7 ft Agents operating from an Abbottabad rental house had been watching bin Laden's compound for months before the operation that killed him. WEIGHT 2,300 lbs THE SPECIAL MISSION UNITS UNIT COST $4.5M MQ-9 Reaper Carry small arms, including M4s, M16s, and SIG P226 pistols. It was likely one Bigger and more powerful than the Predator. More #1) of these three that heavily armed and ideal killed bin Laden. for offensive strikes. Used for surveillance as well as military strikes. M16 M4 SIG P226 LENGTH 36 ft Seal Team 6 was created in wake of 15-month long hostage debacle in Iran in 1980, when it was decided an ultra-clite squad would be necessary for similar operations. SPAN 66 ft The members of ST6, which killed bin Laden, had most likely been deployed more than a dozen times in war situations. WEIGHT The two "Tier One" tactical counterterrorism teams 10,000 lbs are Delta Force, operated 6, run by the Navy. Operatives are recruited from existing elite teams. It is impossible to apply for positions. rthe army, and Seal Team UNIT COST $10.5M Accompanied by a dog, trained to detect bombs and booby traps. Dogs are still more efficient at these tasks than most other options. RQ-170 Sentinel Stealth drone that is smaller than Predator and CREATED BY: CriminalJusticeDegree.net Reaper. Flown, undetected over suspected bin Laden compound to help flesh out satellite images. Was top secret until spotted in Afghanistan in 2009. http://news.cnet.com/8301-31921_3-20060321-281.html?tag=mncol;txt http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/cia- flew-stealth-drones-into-pakistan-to-monitor-bin-la -laden-house/2011/05/13/AFSdWS5G_story.html http://www.airforce-technology.com/projects/predator/ http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/17/business/17uav.html?hp http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/blogpost/post/navy-seals- who-killed-osama-bin-laden-are-from-the-elite-team-6/2011/05/02/AFCC93YF_blog.html http://www.businessinsider.com/seal-team-6-2011-5 http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/06/world/asia/06intel.html?_r=3&partner=rss&eme=rss http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/04/us/politics/04torture.html?hp https://www.cia.gov/carcers/opportunities/analytical/index.html http://cosmiclog.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2011/05/02/6571688-how- satellites-helped-get-osama http://www.wired.com/politics/security/news/2007/08/wiretap ALL STATS UNKNOWN http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/intelligence/disciplines ΤΑΚING DOWN HOW CRIMINAL JUSTICE FIGHTS THE NEW WAR TERRORISTS When President Obama announced, the President for his decision on May 2, 2011, that American forces had killed Osama bin Laden – the most making and the Navy SEALS for their bravery. What many Americans might not have known is that there are many stages in Office and battlefield in the project of counterterrorism; and every ween the Oval notorious and sought-after terrorist in history – Americans rejoiced, applauding one of them plays a crucial role. THE PRESIDENT Often puts forth new provisions in counter terrorist legislation before being voted on by Congress. Both the architect of general counter terrorist initiatives as well as the final word on specific actions. President Obama made finding bin Laden his 'top priority' in the fight against terrorism after he was elected in 2008. Also made the decision to make a tactical strike on the suspected bin Laden compound rather than bomb- ing it with drones. Experts put bin Laden's likelihood of being there between 40-60%, and some in the council disagreed with Obama's decision prior to its execution. THE LEGISLATORS Legislators create the bills that define the jurisdiction allowed to American counter- terrorist organizations. 15 Congressmen were part of Obama's closed council on the bin Laden operation in the months leading up to it. The USA Patriot Act of 2001, enacted in response to 9/11, continues to be one of the most controversial pieces of legislation in recent history due to its per- ceived infringement on civil rights. It includes provisions for wiretapping, information gathering measures, detaining security, among other things. suspects, and border On May 19, 2011, legislators voted to renew certain provisions of the act, including seizure of any "tan- gible object" related to an investigation and wiretap- ping of noncitizen suspects, until 2015. Post-Patriot Act Terrorist Prosecutions As of 2010, there have been 688 terrorism-related prosecu- tions resolved since 9/11. 87% resulted in conviction. 87% 598 688 Convicted on any charge 8% 052 688 All charges dismissed by prosecutor 017 688 1% 009|688 3% All charges dismissed by judge Acquitted B08 688 0X 102|688 18 Convicted, verdicts later vacated or reversed Charges dismissed as part of plea agreement 688 Not guilty by reason of insanity 0X 688 Mistrial THE FBI INSIDE WIRE TAPS WHO'S LISTENING: Domestically operate a number of intelligence discliplines, including human intelligence, signals intelligence, and imagery intelligence. FBI NSA CIA Played little role in the bin Laden mission due WIRETAP ORDERS 2009 to its international nature, though they head up efforts in domestic terrorism. 2,376 Operates wire-taps - one of the central methods of communications intelligence - for land-lines, cell phones, SMS, and internet-telephony systems across the US. OVER 90% OF ORDERS TARGET CELL PHONES. 图 NNNN THE NSA The NSA focuses on analyzing information. AGENTS TRACK TARGET LOCATIONS IN REAL TIME USING CELL-TOWERS. Specializes in crypt- analysis, or the decoding of cnarypted information. Played a limited role in the discovery of bin Laden due to his use of 'sneakernet for communication. Focuses exclusively by law on foreign communications, though it has become embroiled in controversies regarding wiretapping US citizens. GOVERNMENT CURRENTLY STRUGGLING WITH TAPPING PEER-TO-PEER SERVICES LIKE SKYPE. Deals strictly with intercepting communications media, such as phone conversations and emails, unlike CIA which also uses human contacts and other sources. THE CIA ANALYSTS Analysts brief US officials and policymakers on perti- nent information after assessing and compiling data. Process large amounts of data from diverse sources: satellite imagery from different organizations, foreign media reports, and field agents around the world. Works closely with governmental organizations such as the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, which O employs satellite and airborne imagery to better under- stand military problems. The NGIA's aerial images of bin Laden's compound were so detailed that they were able to build an exact replica for operation rehearsals with the SEAL team. THE CIA INTERROGATORS Interrogators use a combination of tradi- ENHANCED INTERROGATION tional and "enhanced" techniques, which were authorized by Bush 1. ATTENTION GRAB in 2002. Can use lies almost as well as true state- ments to discover new information. Grabbed and forcefully shaken. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the central architect of the 9/11 attacks, was held at a black site in rural Poland where he was reportedly waterboarded 183 times. His lies about the courier were the only pertinent 2. ATTENTION SLAP BELLY SLAP information discovered. Operates 50 or more 'black sites' across the world, as well as 25 in Afghanistan and 20 in Iraq, in addition to domestic centers. Black sites are used principally for imprisonment and interrogation. Face and stomach are slapped 3. LONG STAND World Map of Known CIA Black Sites (40+ AMERICA EURASIA Prisoner stands for 40+ hours. Most effective method. 4. COLD CELL UDON THANI US Air Force base during Vietnam War. Housed key 9/11 suspects. Prisoner is doused with cold water in 50"F cell. KANDAHAR, THE HANGAR & THE BLACK PRISON Some of the first black sites established after the invasion of Afghanistan. 5. WATERBOARDING ABU GHRAIB, IRAO 280-acre prison in Iraq. Subject of a criminal investigation in 2003. MIHAIL KOGALNICEANU Romanian air base used to hold 'high-value detainees'. STARE KIEJKUTY Base in northern Poland where Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was held. AIN AOUDA & TEMARA 2 sites in rural Morocco known for harsh interrogation methods. Water is poured over a cloth placed on the face. GUANTANAMO BAY Opened in 2002 on Cuba, built to hold up to 2000 terrorism suspects. THE CIA FIELD Ø AGENTS DRONES MQ-1 Predator Currently one of tne of the most popular surveillance drones. Have been used Field agents represent extensively in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Iraq. Can be fitted for offensive strikes. the front line of infor- mation gathering. Operate a range of sophisticated equip- ment for surveillance purposes, including telephoto lens cameras, infrared imaging equipment, eaves- dropping devices, (X) and radar satellites. LENGTH 27 ft After 9/11, teams in Afghanistan befriended locals and exchanged money for information regarding bin Laden. SPAN 48.7 ft Agents operating from an Abbottabad rental house had been watching bin Laden's compound for months before the operation that killed him. WEIGHT 2,300 lbs THE SPECIAL MISSION UNITS UNIT COST $4.5M MQ-9 Reaper Carry small arms, including M4s, M16s, and SIG P226 pistols. It was likely one Bigger and more powerful than the Predator. More #1) of these three that heavily armed and ideal killed bin Laden. for offensive strikes. Used for surveillance as well as military strikes. M16 M4 SIG P226 LENGTH 36 ft Seal Team 6 was created in wake of 15-month long hostage debacle in Iran in 1980, when it was decided an ultra-clite squad would be necessary for similar operations. SPAN 66 ft The members of ST6, which killed bin Laden, had most likely been deployed more than a dozen times in war situations. WEIGHT The two "Tier One" tactical counterterrorism teams 10,000 lbs are Delta Force, operated 6, run by the Navy. Operatives are recruited from existing elite teams. It is impossible to apply for positions. rthe army, and Seal Team UNIT COST $10.5M Accompanied by a dog, trained to detect bombs and booby traps. Dogs are still more efficient at these tasks than most other options. RQ-170 Sentinel Stealth drone that is smaller than Predator and CREATED BY: CriminalJusticeDegree.net Reaper. Flown, undetected over suspected bin Laden compound to help flesh out satellite images. Was top secret until spotted in Afghanistan in 2009. http://news.cnet.com/8301-31921_3-20060321-281.html?tag=mncol;txt http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/cia- flew-stealth-drones-into-pakistan-to-monitor-bin-la -laden-house/2011/05/13/AFSdWS5G_story.html http://www.airforce-technology.com/projects/predator/ http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/17/business/17uav.html?hp http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/blogpost/post/navy-seals- who-killed-osama-bin-laden-are-from-the-elite-team-6/2011/05/02/AFCC93YF_blog.html http://www.businessinsider.com/seal-team-6-2011-5 http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/06/world/asia/06intel.html?_r=3&partner=rss&eme=rss http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/04/us/politics/04torture.html?hp https://www.cia.gov/carcers/opportunities/analytical/index.html http://cosmiclog.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2011/05/02/6571688-how- satellites-helped-get-osama http://www.wired.com/politics/security/news/2007/08/wiretap ALL STATS UNKNOWN http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/intelligence/disciplines ΤΑΚING DOWN HOW CRIMINAL JUSTICE FIGHTS THE NEW WAR TERRORISTS When President Obama announced, the President for his decision on May 2, 2011, that American forces had killed Osama bin Laden – the most making and the Navy SEALS for their bravery. What many Americans might not have known is that there are many stages in Office and battlefield in the project of counterterrorism; and every ween the Oval notorious and sought-after terrorist in history – Americans rejoiced, applauding one of them plays a crucial role. THE PRESIDENT Often puts forth new provisions in counter terrorist legislation before being voted on by Congress. Both the architect of general counter terrorist initiatives as well as the final word on specific actions. President Obama made finding bin Laden his 'top priority' in the fight against terrorism after he was elected in 2008. Also made the decision to make a tactical strike on the suspected bin Laden compound rather than bomb- ing it with drones. Experts put bin Laden's likelihood of being there between 40-60%, and some in the council disagreed with Obama's decision prior to its execution. THE LEGISLATORS Legislators create the bills that define the jurisdiction allowed to American counter- terrorist organizations. 15 Congressmen were part of Obama's closed council on the bin Laden operation in the months leading up to it. The USA Patriot Act of 2001, enacted in response to 9/11, continues to be one of the most controversial pieces of legislation in recent history due to its per- ceived infringement on civil rights. It includes provisions for wiretapping, information gathering measures, detaining security, among other things. suspects, and border On May 19, 2011, legislators voted to renew certain provisions of the act, including seizure of any "tan- gible object" related to an investigation and wiretap- ping of noncitizen suspects, until 2015. Post-Patriot Act Terrorist Prosecutions As of 2010, there have been 688 terrorism-related prosecu- tions resolved since 9/11. 87% resulted in conviction. 87% 598 688 Convicted on any charge 8% 052 688 All charges dismissed by prosecutor 017 688 1% 009|688 3% All charges dismissed by judge Acquitted B08 688 0X 102|688 18 Convicted, verdicts later vacated or reversed Charges dismissed as part of plea agreement 688 Not guilty by reason of insanity 0X 688 Mistrial THE FBI INSIDE WIRE TAPS WHO'S LISTENING: Domestically operate a number of intelligence discliplines, including human intelligence, signals intelligence, and imagery intelligence. FBI NSA CIA Played little role in the bin Laden mission due WIRETAP ORDERS 2009 to its international nature, though they head up efforts in domestic terrorism. 2,376 Operates wire-taps - one of the central methods of communications intelligence - for land-lines, cell phones, SMS, and internet-telephony systems across the US. OVER 90% OF ORDERS TARGET CELL PHONES. 图 NNNN THE NSA The NSA focuses on analyzing information. AGENTS TRACK TARGET LOCATIONS IN REAL TIME USING CELL-TOWERS. Specializes in crypt- analysis, or the decoding of cnarypted information. Played a limited role in the discovery of bin Laden due to his use of 'sneakernet for communication. Focuses exclusively by law on foreign communications, though it has become embroiled in controversies regarding wiretapping US citizens. GOVERNMENT CURRENTLY STRUGGLING WITH TAPPING PEER-TO-PEER SERVICES LIKE SKYPE. Deals strictly with intercepting communications media, such as phone conversations and emails, unlike CIA which also uses human contacts and other sources. THE CIA ANALYSTS Analysts brief US officials and policymakers on perti- nent information after assessing and compiling data. Process large amounts of data from diverse sources: satellite imagery from different organizations, foreign media reports, and field agents around the world. Works closely with governmental organizations such as the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, which O employs satellite and airborne imagery to better under- stand military problems. The NGIA's aerial images of bin Laden's compound were so detailed that they were able to build an exact replica for operation rehearsals with the SEAL team. THE CIA INTERROGATORS Interrogators use a combination of tradi- ENHANCED INTERROGATION tional and "enhanced" techniques, which were authorized by Bush 1. ATTENTION GRAB in 2002. Can use lies almost as well as true state- ments to discover new information. Grabbed and forcefully shaken. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the central architect of the 9/11 attacks, was held at a black site in rural Poland where he was reportedly waterboarded 183 times. His lies about the courier were the only pertinent 2. ATTENTION SLAP BELLY SLAP information discovered. Operates 50 or more 'black sites' across the world, as well as 25 in Afghanistan and 20 in Iraq, in addition to domestic centers. Black sites are used principally for imprisonment and interrogation. Face and stomach are slapped 3. LONG STAND World Map of Known CIA Black Sites (40+ AMERICA EURASIA Prisoner stands for 40+ hours. Most effective method. 4. COLD CELL UDON THANI US Air Force base during Vietnam War. Housed key 9/11 suspects. Prisoner is doused with cold water in 50"F cell. KANDAHAR, THE HANGAR & THE BLACK PRISON Some of the first black sites established after the invasion of Afghanistan. 5. WATERBOARDING ABU GHRAIB, IRAO 280-acre prison in Iraq. Subject of a criminal investigation in 2003. MIHAIL KOGALNICEANU Romanian air base used to hold 'high-value detainees'. STARE KIEJKUTY Base in northern Poland where Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was held. AIN AOUDA & TEMARA 2 sites in rural Morocco known for harsh interrogation methods. Water is poured over a cloth placed on the face. GUANTANAMO BAY Opened in 2002 on Cuba, built to hold up to 2000 terrorism suspects. THE CIA FIELD Ø AGENTS DRONES MQ-1 Predator Currently one of tne of the most popular surveillance drones. Have been used Field agents represent extensively in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Iraq. Can be fitted for offensive strikes. the front line of infor- mation gathering. Operate a range of sophisticated equip- ment for surveillance purposes, including telephoto lens cameras, infrared imaging equipment, eaves- dropping devices, (X) and radar satellites. LENGTH 27 ft After 9/11, teams in Afghanistan befriended locals and exchanged money for information regarding bin Laden. SPAN 48.7 ft Agents operating from an Abbottabad rental house had been watching bin Laden's compound for months before the operation that killed him. WEIGHT 2,300 lbs THE SPECIAL MISSION UNITS UNIT COST $4.5M MQ-9 Reaper Carry small arms, including M4s, M16s, and SIG P226 pistols. It was likely one Bigger and more powerful than the Predator. More #1) of these three that heavily armed and ideal killed bin Laden. for offensive strikes. Used for surveillance as well as military strikes. M16 M4 SIG P226 LENGTH 36 ft Seal Team 6 was created in wake of 15-month long hostage debacle in Iran in 1980, when it was decided an ultra-clite squad would be necessary for similar operations. SPAN 66 ft The members of ST6, which killed bin Laden, had most likely been deployed more than a dozen times in war situations. WEIGHT The two "Tier One" tactical counterterrorism teams 10,000 lbs are Delta Force, operated 6, run by the Navy. Operatives are recruited from existing elite teams. It is impossible to apply for positions. rthe army, and Seal Team UNIT COST $10.5M Accompanied by a dog, trained to detect bombs and booby traps. Dogs are still more efficient at these tasks than most other options. RQ-170 Sentinel Stealth drone that is smaller than Predator and CREATED BY: CriminalJusticeDegree.net Reaper. Flown, undetected over suspected bin Laden compound to help flesh out satellite images. Was top secret until spotted in Afghanistan in 2009. http://news.cnet.com/8301-31921_3-20060321-281.html?tag=mncol;txt http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/cia- flew-stealth-drones-into-pakistan-to-monitor-bin-la -laden-house/2011/05/13/AFSdWS5G_story.html http://www.airforce-technology.com/projects/predator/ http://www.nytimes.com/2009/03/17/business/17uav.html?hp http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/blogpost/post/navy-seals- who-killed-osama-bin-laden-are-from-the-elite-team-6/2011/05/02/AFCC93YF_blog.html http://www.businessinsider.com/seal-team-6-2011-5 http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/06/world/asia/06intel.html?_r=3&partner=rss&eme=rss http://www.nytimes.com/2011/05/04/us/politics/04torture.html?hp https://www.cia.gov/carcers/opportunities/analytical/index.html http://cosmiclog.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2011/05/02/6571688-how- satellites-helped-get-osama http://www.wired.com/politics/security/news/2007/08/wiretap ALL STATS UNKNOWN http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/intelligence/disciplines

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