Monday, May 20, 2013

Former Counterterrorism Head: FBI Never Called Ft. Hood 'Workplace Violence'

Former Counterterrorism Head: FBI Never Called Ft. Hood 'Workplace Violence'
Michael Steinbach, former head of the FBI’s counterterrorism division and now special agent in charge of Miami, told over 30 congressional staffers in March of 2012 that, contrary to the White House's classification, the bureau does not refer to the Fort Hood shooting as "workplace violence." As head of the FBI counterterrorism division, Steinbach oversaw the investigation into the mass murder at Texas Army base.
Kerry Picket doing good work again.
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