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Fed Law Enforcement Launches Effort to Track Dangerous “Lone Wolf”

Sure, some fringe organizations scare the public and federal law enforcement. But it’s the lone wolves– those that go off on their own — that really scare the feds. Those people are too often invisible and fly under the radar.

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By Kevin Johnson
USA TODAY

Federal authorities have launched an effort to detect lone attackers who may be contemplating politically charged assaults similar to the recent murders of a Kansas abortion doctor and a Holocaust museum security guard.

The effort, known as the “Lone Wolf Initiative,” was started shortly after President Obama’s inauguration, in part because of a rising level of hate speech and surging gun sales.

“Finding those who might plan and act alone, the so-called lone offenders … will only be prevented by good intelligence, the seamless exchange of information among law enforcement at every level, and vigilant citizens reporting suspicious activity,” said Michael Heimbach, the FBI’s assistant director for counterterrorism.

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