Frank Cilluffo

George Washington University

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Director of the Homeland Security Policy Institute at George Washington University; Special Assistant for Homeland Security to then-President Bush (2001-2003)

Frank Cilluffo on KCRW

Today or tomorrow, an 18-year-old Somali-American is expected to be transferred from jail to a halfway house in Minnesota—to await trial on federal charges of terrorism.

Can Intervention Prevent Homegrown Terror?

Today or tomorrow, an 18-year-old Somali-American is expected to be transferred from jail to a halfway house in Minnesota—to await trial on federal charges of terrorism.

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The toll from the Boston Marathon bombings is three dead and 48 still hospitalized with the total number of injured now 264. The surviving suspect's condition is said to be "fair."

Boston and the Modern Manhunt

The toll from the Boston Marathon bombings is three dead and 48 still hospitalized with the total number of injured now 264. The surviving suspect's condition is said to be "fair."

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The train bombings in Madrid and London exposed the threat of "homegrown terrorism."

Homegrown Terrorism and 'Bunches of Guys'

The train bombings in Madrid and London exposed the threat of "homegrown terrorism."

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