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Published on Jul 2, 2015
There is a better way to fight terrorism than Bill C-51, according to Lt. Col. Harjit Sajjan.
The veteran of two tours of duty in Afghanistan and a former gang squad team member with the Vancouver Police says nothing beats person-to-person contact. He points to his intelligence gathering on gang members and on al-Qaeda.
Lt. Col. Sajjan says electronic surveillance equipment is merely a tool. He says, “The most valuable resource in counter-terrorism is human – highly skilled security forces that know how to target threats and then get inside the network to develop true intelligence.”
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