Ex-chief worried naughty terrorists won't be nice to New York, WashingtonPosted: December 19, 2010 6:46 pm Eastern
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There is a "real possibility" foreign Islamic terrorists already infiltrated the U.S. though the country's "sufficiently porous" borders, warned former CIA Director James Woolsey.
Commenting on a federal law-enforcement terror-bulletin warning of possible terrorist plots for this holiday season, Woolsey stated symbolic locales in New York and Washington are likely most at risk for any possible attacks.
"I think the thing to be perhaps most worried about is single-person attacks at symbolically important places," stated Woolsey. "And that would put, I think, New York and Washington particularly perhaps maybe more on notice than other places."
Woolsey was speaking in an interview with WND's senior reporter Aaron Klein on the latter's investigative radio program on New York's WABC Radio.
A portion of the program can be heard here: http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=241737