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FBI: There Is No Danger In NY

September 17. 2009

FBI Director Robert Mueller and Senator Patrick Leahy

The FBI raided an apartment block in Queens, New York last week, sounding the proverbial alarm and citing a terrorist probe, but now claim there is no imminent danger from the city that never sleeps.

That seems rather odd, given the type of language used during the raids. Did FBI Director Mueller call the raid in an attempt to divert attention away from other pressing problems and failures regarding the agency, by employing a George W. Bush tactic, of raising the terror alert status in the country, to gain public sympathy for government gain.

To call a raid and have alleged suspects running loose is not only nonsensical it is governmentally foolish. It lends the appearance of incompetence. 

FBI Director says no imminent danger from NYC case

WASHINGTON FBI Director Robert Mueller says there's no imminent danger stemming from the case that led authorities to search New York City apartments for explosives and possible links to al-Qaida.

Mueller made the statement during testimony Wednesday before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Democratic Sen. Charles Schumer of New York had asked the FBI chief to reassure New Yorkers and Americans that the case did not pose a ready danger.

The investigation centers on a Denver man who traveled to New York last week. No explosives were found in the New York searches...




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