Prince, a one-time king of the mercenary world, told Eli Lake of the Daily Beast, "Whether
it’s allowing the NSA to go way too far in what it intercepts of our
personal data, to our government monitoring of everything domestically
and spending way more than we should. I don’t know if I want to live in a
country where lone wolf and random terror attacks are impossible ‘cause
that country would look more like North Korea than America.”
Prince is certainly on to something.
The national security apparatus has been concerned for at least the last decade or so that the most feared weapon of the enemy in the so-called War on Terror
— the roadside bomb, or Improvised Explosive Device — would make its
way back to American soil.
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