By Peter Lance
1000 Years for Revenge is a groundbreaking investigative paintings that uncovers startling facts of ways the FBI neglected dozens of possibilities to forestall the assaults of September eleven, courting again to 1989. Award-winning journalist Peter Lance explains how an elusive al Qaeda mastermind defeated the full American safeguard procedure in what the writer calls "the maximum failure of intelligence because the Trojan Horse." Threading the tales of FBI agent Nancy Floyd, FDNY hearth marshal Ronnie Bucca, and bomb-maker Ramzi Yousef, Lance uncovers the years of behind-the-scenes intrigue that positioned those 3 strangers on a collision path. An unprecedented paintings of investigative reporting and masterful storytelling, 1000 Years for Revenge will switch eternally the best way we glance on the FBI and the struggle on terror within the twenty-first century.
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Extra resources for 1000 Years for Revenge: International Terrorism and the FBI--the Untold Story
October 10, 1994: They drove by the Murrah Federal Building and estimated how long it will take McVeigh to walk away from the bomb site. 11. November 5, 1994: McVeigh and Nichols robbed a firearms dealer in Arkansas. 12. December 18, 1994: Accompanied by old friend Mike Fortier, McVeigh traveled to Oklahoma City and confirmed the targeting of the Murrah Building, having previously rejected buildings in Kansas City, Kansas, and Little, Kansas. 6. October 1, 1994: McVeigh and Nichols stole explosives from a storage locker in Marion, Kansas.
Concealable (thief hides iPod under coat). 2. Removable (iPod snatched from chain around neck of victim). 3. Available (suddenly everyone has an iPod). 4. Valuable (iPods are expensive). 5. Enjoyable (iPods are cool). 6. Disposable (everyone wants one). Policing Terrorism: An Executive’s Guide In principle, every product can be stolen; but as we can see from this analysis, not every product will be stolen. In fact, most products are hardly ever stolen. Similarly, although it is possible that every building or person might be attacked by terrorists, the probability of most being attacked is vanishingly small.
So, although global terrorism is probably here to stay, it is impossible to know when or whether the United States will be attacked again. This uncertainty undermines the argument for extensive target hardening, particularly in light of the costs and effort involved. All those underground nuclear shelters, which became redundant at the end of the Cold War, warn against letting fear drive policy. Very little guidance exists about which targets to harden, how to harden targets, and how to prioritize target hardening.
1000 Years for Revenge: International Terrorism and the FBI--the Untold Story by Peter Lance