New face of terrorism is 'home-grown'

Former NJ Gov. Tom Kean says, "We can't count on the terrorists being incompetent forever"


By Judy Peet
The Star-Ledger

The United States is more vulnerable to terrorist attack than any time since the 2001 assault on the World Trade Center, according to the chairman of the 9/11 commission.

"This is the most dangerous time I've seen since 9/11," former New Jersey Gov. Tom Kean said. "Al Qaeda is constantly learning our weaknesses, and the U.S. intelligence community is dysfunctional.

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