Proposal for U.S. Soil
In America currently we have a huge problem with Americans joining terrorist organizations. We have Americans joining ISIS. “The number of Americans fighting with ISIS overseas or trying to join the group has more than doubled in the last year alone, a leading Justice Department official says, a concerning statistic as overseas ISIS recruiters increasingly call for terror plots inside the U.S.”...
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...orm roving wiretaps of suspected terrorists or search entire apartment buildings for terrorist activates either being suspects and/or evidence. We should also, have a firm policy of never negotiating with terrorists and as stated before follow Germany’s lead and give individuals convicted of terrorist acts reduced sentenced if they volunteer significant intelligence information to federal law enforcement authorities. All these changes should at first be probationary to test them out, but it can’t hurt to test things like this out if it has been proven in other countries first and it could end our constant war on terrorism. ISIS has also been smart, because even though they named a face leader they haven’t shown any true structure to where we could dismantle from the top down. We need to start to treat terrorist organizations as inhumanly as they treat us point blank.
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