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Sources say additional attacks are expected to unfold in primarily New York city and Washington D.C. in the next five to six months
The president is standing by his top security officials, following the attempted Christmas Day bombing of a passenger jet. But in a meeting with reporters, White House press secretary Robert Gibbs didn't rule out the possibility of any heads rolling. So should anyone lose their job? National Security Correspondent JJ Green explores that question, in this week's edition of "The Hunt." He speaks with Fred Burton, who's Vice President of Counterterrorism at Stratfor and says while a re-figuring of duties may be appropriate, firing is not the answer.
The investigation into the Fort Hood shooting continues. And some experts are questioning the suspect's alleged religious motives and ties to al Qaida. In this week's edition of The Hunt with National Security Correspondent JJ Green, Fred Burton, Vice President for Counter Terrorism at Stratfor Global Intelligence, says figuring out how to find radical jihadists in the US is big challenge.
Al Qaida dramatically improves its ability to communicate with its foot soldiers. The terrorist organization has announced the formation of a Cell Phone team. In this week's edition of The Hunt with National Security Correspondent JJ Green, Fred Burton, Vice President of Counterterrorism at Stratfor, explains the project.