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49. In 2008, marketed as “built green” in Seattle, Washington.
50. This group believes that they are separate from the government of the United States.
Sovereign Citizen Movement
Enter the appropriate word(s) to complete the statement.
51. National security letters are information requests issued by local officials who certify that the information is relevant
to an international terrorism or foreign intelligence investigation.
52. The _______ gives law enforcement personnel new abilities to search, seize, detain, and eavesdrop in their pursuit of
53. The _____ is on the front lines of the nation’s efforts to secure air transportation from terrorism.
54. The bombing in Centennial Olympic Park at the Atlanta Olympics Games is an example of which type of terrorism?
55. The __________ authorizes search warrants and electronic surveillance in terrorism and spying cases.
56. extremist groups generally profess a revolutionary socialist doctrine and view themselves as protectors of the
American people against capitalism and imperialism.
57. One of three threats identified by the FBI is the threat from international radical extremists, such as those who
attacked the World Trade Center in 1995.
58. A major drawback in the use of biological weapons is that they cannot be .
59. The concept of single-focused investigative units that meld personnel and talent from various law enforcement
agencies is called .
60. In 2008, Congress overhauled the Act to bring federal surveillance statutes into closer alignment with what the
government had been secretly doing. The legislation essentially legalized certain aspects of the National Security
Agency’s (NSA’s) surveillance program.
61. Groups such as the and the , using violent actions, have released caged animals into the wild, targeted buildings where
experimentation on animals has been conducted, damaged vehicles they feel are not environmentally friendly, and burned
down new residential communities, in an effort to force various segments of society, including the general public, to
change their attitudes about issues these groups consider important.
62. The was created in 2005 to unite America’s national security intelligence under one umbrella. It was based on the 9/11
Commission report, which recommended the creation of a single intelligence director for the United States.