1997 Terrorism in the United States Report

This edition of Terrorism in the United State chronicles significant terrorism-related events occurring within the United States during 1997. It also includes articles that span the broad range of issues related to the terrorist threat facing the United States. These articles focus on the growth of so-called Common Law Courts, the designation of 30 foreign terrorist organizations pursuant to provisions of the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996, and the technique of rendering terrorists from abroad. Focus articles also discuss the dangers posed by secondary explosive devices targeting first responders and the impact of hoaxes involving weapons of mass destruction.

FBI Terrorism in the United States 1997 Report

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