TRAC Report on Terrorism Enforcement
(08 Dec 2003) TRAC Report on Terrorism Enforcement in the two years since 9/11 was released Monday, December 8, 2003. Data show federal investigators sought the prosecution of more than 6,400 individuals the government concluded had committed terrorist acts or should be charged with some crime because doing so might "prevent or disrupt potential or accurate terrorist threats." But only five got twenty years or more in prison. See full report and overview. Also available is the TRAC Spotlight on Terrorism tool that provides additional data on the subject. (An online signup system provides users 20 queries for $10.)

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