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Who Divides Antiterror Money? That’s a Secret

The panel that guided the distribution of $711 million in antiterrorism money in a process that led to New York City’s share being reduced by 40 percent is a shadow player in the war on terror, its work kept secret and its members shielded from view. A collection of about 100 law enforcement officials and government bureaucrats from all over the country, the so-called peer reviewers who evaluated proposals for the Department of Homeland Security, took vows of silence, signing agreements that they would not reveal the substance of their deliberations. Full Story

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