Loch Johnson

former Assistant, Church Commission

Guest

Professor of Political Science at the University of Georgia, Athens and author of the forthcoming book, The Threat on the Horizon: An Inside Account of America’s Search for Security After the Cold War; former assistant to late Senator Frank Church when he led 1970's Senate investigation of all US intelligence agencies; top assistant on the staff of Bill Clinton's Aspin-Brown Commission on Intelligence (1995-1996)

Loch Johnson on KCRW

The Department of Homeland Security is spending tens of billions of dollars on domestic intelligence and is coordinating with state and local organizations.

Explosion in Domestic Intelligence Gathering

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Some 4000 federal, state and local organizations are battling domestic terrorism, far more than the number of terrorists who've been identified.

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