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Topic - Evan Kohlmann
"As a group that claims affiliations to the generally pro-Western Free Syrian Army, it is difficult to reconcile the fact that is has plastered such a lurid anti-American image as the banner on its own official Facebook page," said Evan Kohlmann, a senior partner with the security firm Flashpoint Intelligence, to NBC.
"We don't really know how effective the encryption is or isn't, because nobody at an official level has publicly disclosed that," said Evan Kohlmann, a terrorism analyst with NBC. "However, based on our research, it is likely that U.S. intelligence agencies do have the capability to break that encryption when needed."