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Local Terror Expert Is in Line for Federal Post

Frank Libutti, a retired Marine Corps lieutenant general who for 14 months has headed the New York City Police Department’s Counter Terrorism Bureau, will be nominated by President Bush to oversee the Department of Homeland Security’s intelligence operations, the White House announced yesterday. As a deputy police commissioner, General Libutti, 57, currently oversees roughly 300 men and women in the department’s Counter Terrorism Bureau, which, along with the Intelligence Division, forms the core of the department’s efforts to prevent and prepare for any possible terrorist attack. As the under secretary for information analysis and infrastructure protection at the Department of Homeland Security, he would oversee intelligence gathering on terrorism and the protection of the nation’s infrastructure, said Gordon D. Johndroe, a Homeland Security spokesman. Full Story

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