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Napolitano Defends DHS's Right-Wing Extremist Threat Report & Release of Terror Interrogation Memos





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Uploaded on Apr 19, 2009

(4/19/09) On the 14th anniversary of the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City by Timothy McVeigh, Napolitano comments on the controversy resulting from the release of the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) report on the potential risks of domestic Right-Wing extremist groups recruiting returning military veterans.

Additionally, she remarks about the release this week of terror interrogation memos & comments by Dick Cheney that "the American people are less safe" because of changes Obama has made to U.S. anti-terror policies.

Background Articles:

"Conservatives Decry Homeland Security Report on "Rightwing" Extremism" (Copy of Report):

(Update): "Napolitano's Right-Wing Mea Culpa":

(Update #2): New DHS Memo Controversy, "Who You Calling an Extremist?":

(Copy of DHS's "Domestic Extremism Lexicon" report):

(Update #3): "Report citing veteran extremism is pulled":

Video: CNN's "State of the Union" w/ John King


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