Monday, February 14, 2011

A Cell Within a Cell

A Cell Within a Cell

Putting terrorists in prison does not automatically stop them from coordinating terrorist activities from within their cells…

The latest news report from Afghanistan regarding another suicide terrorist operation dismantled by military and law enforcement would ordinarily be encouraging if it had not been for location of the command center for the terrorist organization, a prison cell.

This strategy, of continuing a terrorist operation while in custody, did not originate in Kabul. Criminals have always found it important to maintain ties with their associates in prison.

We must not be lulled into the false notion that once a terrorist has been captured and put in prison that there is no longer the potential for threat. They have a strategy and we must also have one that is innovative in creating strict administrative measures to deny terrorists the ability to operate from their prison cell.

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