Neil Ellis

Homeland Security Expert at the Royal United Services Institute

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Homeland Security Expert at the Royal United Services Institute, an independent research body in London, England

Neil Ellis on KCRW

It's been less than a week since Britain's  MI-5 intelligence service said 1600 people are under surveillance  for 30 terrorist plots linked to al Qaeda in Pakistan.

The War against Terror and Civil Rights

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