NYPD 2007: Radicalization in the West: The Homegrown Threat

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    https://pjmedia.com/blog/5-critical...-report-the-nypd-is-deleting-from-its-website

    As part of its settlement with plaintiffs in the cases of Raza v. City of New York and Handschu v. Special Services Division -- coincidentally, the settlement was released within hours of the shooting of Philadelphia police officer Jesse Hartnett by a self-identified American jihadist -- the NYPD will be removing Radicalization in the West, the groundbreaking 2007 report on the “homegrown” jihadist threat, from its website.

    Plaintiffs in the Raza case argued that the report reflected the “analytic underpinnings” of New York’s so-called “Muslim surveillance program.” The plaintiffs deemed the report unlawful on account of its alleged “religious profiling and suspicionless surveillance of Muslim New Yorkers” based on a “false and unconstitutional premise: that Muslim religious beliefs and practices are a basis for law enforcement scrutiny.”​

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