(by James Murphy | The New American) – On Tuesday, the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced that it will be forming a new unit that will focus specifically on domestic terror threats. Matthew Olsen, the assistant attorney general for national security, made the announcement in his opening remarks to the Senate Judiciary Committee. According to Olsen, the number of domestic terrorism cases that the FBI is currently investigating has more than doubled since March of 2020. “The threat posed by domestic terrorism is on the rise,” Olsen noted, bringing up the 2015 mass shooting at a Charleston, South Carolina, church; […]

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