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  • Tennessee shooting sparks safety concerns at military recruitment centers

    The Boston Globe - 07/18/2015

    Max Abrahms, a political science professor at Northeastern University who studies terrorism, said there has been a “statistically significant uptick” in domestic terrorism in the United States.

    “And most of these attackers are lone wolves,” he said.

    Last month’s shooting in South Carolina — allegedly at the hands of a white supremacist — resulted in the deaths of nine people at Charleston’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church.

    Earlier in June, Boston police killed Usaamah Rahim, who they said was the subject of a terrorism investigation that focused on an alleged plot to kill police officers.

     

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