Trial and Terror
The U.S. government has prosecuted more than 800 people for terrorism since the 9/11 attacks. Most of them never committed an act of violence.
The FBI Pressured a Lonely Young Man Into a Bomb Plot. He Tried to Back Out. Now He’s Serving Life in Prison.
The U.S. Has Released 417 Alleged Terrorists Since 9/11. The Latest Owned an Islamic Bookstore.
The Government’s Own Data Shows Country of Origin Is a Poor Predictor of Terrorist Threat
FBI Stings Zero In on ISIS Sympathizers. Few Have Terrorist Links.
Terrorism Defendants With Concrete Ties to Violent Extremists Leverage Their Connections to Avoid Prison