Possible explosive devices have been delivered to the offices of former Presidents Clinton and Obama, George Soros, CNN Headquarters in New York, and more.
“Words matter. When our leaders condone violence and demonize their political opponents, you have to expect that some individuals will take this to the next level,” says David Schanzer, associate professor at Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy and director of the Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security.
- David H. Schanzer is an associate professor of the practice at the Sanford School of Public Policy and director of the Triangle Center on Terrorism and Homeland Security at Duke University. He specializes in homeland security, counter terrorism strategy, policy and law. He published a report, Law Enforcement Assessment of Terrorist Threat, which surveyed 382 law enforcement agencies across the country and identified right-wing extremist as a top terrorist threat. https://sanford.duke.edu/people/faculty/schanzer-david-h
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Prof. Schanzer had a podcast series, ON SECURITY, on these issues. https://soundcloud.com/on-security
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(919) 613- 7394