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.
Tuesday, February 3, 2009
In a "Newsweek" article about the former CIA chief who now runs intelligence for the NYPD, a glimpse of how dangerous the city remains: