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Terrorists in Witness Protection and the No-Fly List

August 14th, 2013

National security in the United States seems to have some major flaws and loopholes. There is a witness protection program that allows terrorists some ways to escape the United States. For example, a witness protection program is given to terrorists who are willing to cooperate with the United States. The government can interrogate these terrorists for information in exchange for protection and immunity for the accused terrorists. However, there are some blurry lines when it comes to witness protection and Read the rest of this entry »

Famous People Probably in the Witness Protection Program

June 5th, 2013

Famous People Probably in the Witness Protection Program

How The Witness Protection Program Really Works
Part of the responsibility of our National Security is to place witnesses under protective care if their lives are in danger. What constitutes a person’s life being in danger? First, if an eyewitness to a high profile case involving the mafia, drugs and political informants is expected to give a substantial testimony in court, this is ground for necessary protection. Throughout history, most eyewitnesses have received death threats and have been murdered before they made Read the rest of this entry »

How to Qualify for Witness Protection

June 1st, 2013

For some people, being in a witness protection program could be the difference between life and death. Unfortunately, not every citizen qualifies to be placed in the witness protection program. The three organizations that are involved in the witness protection are the United States Marshalls Service, U.S. Department of Justice, and the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Each organization caters to a specific group of people.

Not only does the witness protection program include regular citizens, but it also includes criminals that are currently incarcerated. These people have Read the rest of this entry »

Crimes That Are a Threat to National Security

May 31st, 2013

Crimes That Are a Threat to National Security

Terrorism
One of the most dangerous threats to the Nation and the world at large is terrorism. By terrorism, I mean the purposeful violence inflicted on people by a person or group whose intent is to hurt them. This type of violence can be seen both domestically and abroad. For instance, the recent Boston Marathon bombings were an act of terrorism as well as the Twin Tower attacks on September 11, 2001. These were acts of violence that occurred on American soil. Any Read the rest of this entry »

Why National Security Is a Top Priority

May 27th, 2013

Why National Security Is a Top Priority

How To Protect The United States
The American National Security is designed to keep citizens of the United States safe at home. By this, I mean the United States National Security is a branch of the Federal government that oversees foreign and domestic security issues. National Security is a complicated branch of government that deals with economic, terrorist, political power through diplomatic means of protection. The purpose of the National Security is Read the rest of this entry »

Ways the NSA/CSS Helps Americans Everyday

May 24th, 2013

The National Security Administration and the Central Security Service are agencies within the United States Government that many people are skeptical about. For the most part, however, this is due to the fact that many simply do not understand what the roles of these agencies are and what they can do for American citizens on a regular basis. What many citizens also do not realize is the fact that the NSA and CSS help Americans every day in terms of living safe lives on their own soil. Without these agencies, homesecuritytown.com/adt-home-security/Texas/A/Austin/, who knows where the country would be today.

Specifically, the NSA and CSS work on internal investigations within the United States as a way of making sure that the country stays safe and free from threats of terrorism and similar issues. So if you are one of many who find themselves feeling skeptical or generally not trusting of these government agencies, then you may want to take the time to do a little more research into the ways in which they make your life better on a daily basis. Once you learn more about this, you will be sure to have a greater respect for the work that they do.

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