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A former U.S covert intelligence officer tells J.J. Green, al-Qaida is working very hard to organize a distance learning program and in a couple of years it could achieve its goal.
Al Qaida is working on both large scale plots and small ones as well.
Intelligence officials around the world narrowly thwarted an al-Qaida mail bomb plot last month, intercepting two explosive packages shipped from Yemen with UPS and FedEx. Fred Burton says human intelligence has become key to the search.
ederal News Radio National Security Correspondent JJ Green speaks with Fred Burton, Vice President of Stratfor. Burton says the plot was in its early stages.
Where's Osama Bin Laden?
Washington D.C. and New York are in the cross hairs of terrorists. More in The Hunt from JJ Green.
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.
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.