Terrorist Blamed His Failure on Bush

Jeffrey, Terence P.
February 2006
Human Events;2/13/2006, Vol. 62 Issue 6, p1
The article relates how terrorist Jeffrey Battle participated in a series of plans to destroy the U.S. It explains how the case of Battle, who conspire to wage war against the U.S., should influence the renewal of the Patriot Act. Battle's plan to hurt the U.S. is revealed through a recorded conversation with a government informant.


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