In an ABC interview, FBI counter-terrorism expert Bob Holley talks about Americans as a new target of investigation as terrorists. Eerily in the piece a picture of someone typing at a computer keyboard is displayed as the reporter says "the people that worry those in the business of counter-terrorism the most are those found sitting at a computer. Those in this country rejected by others, dejected by the American way of life."
A CIA Red Cell paper leaked today by Wikileaks seems mundane at first glance, but perhaps we are not seeing the forest for the trees. The document is nothing else but all about Americans as a potential source of world wide terror and reasons why the U.S. might want to let other countries extradite American "terrorists."
On the Wikileaks Twitter page, Julian Assange mentions that "CIA usually does not confirm, so CIA likely wants to use Red Cell leak to push for policy change in US."
Could this all be a coordinated PR campaign designed to coincide with a new counter-terror campaign against alleged American terrorists, "sitting at a computer, rejected by others, dejected by the American way of life"?
At the end of the ABC interview the reporter mentions:
This is Bob Holley's last week in Chicago. He's been promoted to run a unit at the FBI's secretive counter-terrorism headquarters outside of Washington. There, it'll be his job to oversee all of the terrorism cases that originate in the United States looking for connections between suspected cells in different U.S. cities and overseas.