Wednesday, February 15, 2017

The FBI Uses 48 Questions To Determine If Someone Is A Terrorist

Cora Currier and Murtaza Hussain, The Intercept: 48 Questions the FBI Uses to Determine if Someone Is a Likely Terrorist

FOR THE PAST year and a half, the FBI has been using a secret scoring system to judge the likelihood that someone will carry out a violent attack. The survey, called “Indicators of Mobilization to Violence,” assigns points based on factors like religious observance, travel history, financial transactions, and physical appearance.

A copy of the survey in a classified FBI document was obtained by The Intercept.

The survey itself consists of 48 questions that agents are supposed to answer about terror suspects as part of an investigation. The document also includes a set of frequently asked questions about the scoring system aimed at agents working counterterrorism investigations.

According to the document, the program was rolled out in the fall of 2015.

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Update: ‘Do you like camping?’ FBI uses 48 questions to calculate a person’s terrorism risk (RT)

WNU Editor: I am willing to bet that this test has not stopped one terrorist.

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