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FBI Dir. Mueller Says No Imminent Security Threat Tied to High Profile Raids in N.Y.

It was reassuring to hear the head of the FBI say there is no imminent security threat tied to the latest raids in New York and the FBI activity in Denver. On another subject, Mueller did essentially confirm a report that the FBI and ATF still need to correct some problems involving cooperation.  No surprise here. But it’s nice to see him publicly acknowledge the problem. Click here for the AP report on that issue.

Robert Mueller III

Robert Mueller III

By Jeremy Pelofsky
Reuters
WASHINGTON – FBI Director Robert Mueller said on Wednesday there was no imminent security threat related to an investigation that included raids of New York homes this week in an apparent search for homemade explosives.

“I do not believe there is imminent danger from that particular investigation,” Mueller said in response to a question from New York Senator Charles Schumer. He declined to elaborate on the investigation.

A joint anti-terrorism task force carried out raids on Monday in the Queens borough of New York, in an area believed to have been visited by a man suspected of sympathizing with al Qaeda. The raids rattled some residents as they came just days after the anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States.

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