Beware ‘lone wolves’ in aftermath of bin Laden killing, advisory says


CNN
May11, 2011

Lone individuals are the most likely to launch attacks in the United States following the death of al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, according to a joint Department of Homeland Security/FBI bulletin sent to state and local law enforcement.

The advisory says lone offenders who share al Qaeda’s ideology are the greatest near-term threat because they are “unburdened by organizational constraints that can slow operational decisions by established terrorist groups.”

Individuals could try to attack low-security targets using simple improvised explosive devices or small arms, the message said. However, the May 9 advisory obtained by CNN notes that federal law enforcement officials have “no credible information to suggest that a specifically targeted plot is underway.”

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