International, Domestic Terrorism Convicts Set To Be Released In US


Karen Greenberg was quoted in an Associated Press article about whether there is anything to fear following the impending release of dozens of terrorism convicts over the next several years.

Karen Greenberg, director of the Center on National Security at Fordham University’s School of Law, doesn’t think the public should panic. Those released will face months to years of supervision. Phone calls and online communications are monitored. Travel can be restricted. Weekly meetings with counselors can be required.


“We’re not talking about 9/11 perpetrators,” Greenberg said.


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