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Report of the National Commission on Terrorism

Summary
The Report of the National Commission on Terrorism, also known as the Bremer Commission, "Countering The Changing Threat of International Terrorism", Pursuant to Public Law 277, 105th Congress, was published June 2000. Ambassador Paul Bremer served as Chairman, and Maurice Sonnenberg served as Vice Chairman. Conclusions
  • International terrorism poses an increasingly dangerous and difficult threat to America.
  • Countering the growing danger of the terrorist threat requires significantly stepping up U.S. efforts.
  • Priority one is to prevent terrorist attacks. U.S. intelligence and law enforcement communities must use the full scope of their authority to collect intelligence regarding terrorist plans and methods.
  • U.S. policies must firmly target all states that support terrorists.
  • Private sources of financial and logistical support for terrorists must be subjected to the full force and sweep of U.S. and international laws.
  • A terrorist attack involving a biological agent,
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