University of Pittsburgh

David Harris on Western Pa. Case Involving Possible Terrorism Links

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January 25, 2011
Professor David Harris told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review that in documents filed in the case of an Armstrong County (Pa.) man arrested for biting two FBI agents, references to Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrants could signal a connection between the man's activities and terrorist activity.  The use of the FISA information in the case "tells you that they had this guy in their sights because of some connection, however slight, to some foreign power or some foreign terrorist group," Professor Harris said.   Link
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