Richard Falkenrath

Former Deputy Homeland Security Advisor to President Bush

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Deputy Commissioner of Counterterrorism for the New York Police Department; former Deputy Homeland Security Advisor and Deputy Assistant to President George W. Bush; former Senior Director for Policy and Special Assistant to the President in the Office of Homeland Security

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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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