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FBI tells Muslims of response plans

The special agent in charge of Denver’s FBI office has met with local Muslim leaders to assure them agents will respond aggressively to hate-crime reports that might follow a U.S. strike against Iraq, an FBI spokeswoman said Monday. Phillip B.J. Reid, who took charge of Denver’s FBI office last fall, met March 9 with the board of directors of the Colorado Muslim Society – in part to listen to their concerns over potential discrimination and threats. FBI spokeswoman Ann Atanasio said the Denver field office, like others nationwide, would open a 24-hour command center immediately after the start of a war. “If the country goes to war, we need to be prepared and have agents available to respond to critical situations or to receive information from the public,” she said. Full Story

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