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How US Counterterrorism Funds Ended Up in the Orlando Terrorist’s Pocket

“Before Omar Mateen took the lives of 49 people in Orlando on June 12, he was a licensed security guard with British-based G4S, a company that rode the post-9/11 wave of counterterrorism budgets. The Florida shooting has focused critical attention on the company, which has been the subject of a number of embarrassing reports. But G4S is just a symptom of a larger problem: counterterrorism spending in the United States is generally poorly managed and monitored.”

Source: How US Counterterrorism Funds Ended Up in the Orlando Terrorist’s Pocket – Defense One

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