Opinion

Why can’t we identify terrorists before it is too late?

Every time there is a massive loss of life—or in the case of terrorism even the loss of one life—we wring our hands and wonder why such acts occur and what we didn’t do to stop them. The answers we so desperately seek are right in front of us and easy to grasp, although we do need to work on the mechanisms to report our concerns.

By PHIL GURSKI

PUBLISHED : Monday, Oct. 31, 2016 12:00 AM

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