Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Disaster Averted?

In a "Newsweek" article about the former CIA chief who now runs intelligence for the NYPD, a glimpse of how dangerous the city remains:
In 2003, two alleged Iranian agents caught photographing the No. 7 subway line beneath the East River were surprised to find themselves confronted by a cop who spoke fluent Persian. They quickly left the country. In 2003, a young undercover officer born in Bangladesh penetrated a small group of angry young immigrants, two of whom had started plotting to blow up targets in Staten Island and the subway station at Herald Square.

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