Module 2 SLP Assignment HLS210 F and E of Homeland Security .docx - Trident University Veronica B Onomuodeke Module 2 SLP Assignment HLS210 Fundamentals

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Trident University Veronica B Onomuodeke Module 2 SLP Assignment HLS210 Fundamentals and Ethics of Homeland Security Dr. Carlton Lewis November 26, 2017
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The “Lone Wolf Terrorist” The definition of a “Lone Wolf” is a person that feels more secured working alone to accomplish his/her mission when it comes to conducting, planning, solving, and carrying out any criminal, or violent acts outside of any group, whether it’s based off religion, sex, ideology, etc. The name alone “Lone Wolf Terrorist” “became quite popular due to the name of two supremacists, Alex Curtis and Tom Metzger, which started back in the 1990’s”[Ame17]. The Law Enforcement in the United States uses the term when talking to the media and to refer suspects which are involved in violent activity dealing with terrorism outside of any command structure. Most of the “Lone Wolves” main purpose is to keep U.S. Citizens in fear, and to cause harm to our Law Enforcement and Military Personnel. In most cases, Lone Wolves can be considered a bigger threat than dealing with organized groups. The Lone Wolf seems more
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  • Fall '17
  • Federal Bureau of Investigation, Oklahoma City bombing, Timothy McVeigh, lone wolf terrorist, Lone Wolf

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