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Topic - Paul N. Stockton
"Expressing sympathy or support for a violence-promoting organization, associating with terrorists, having a copy of [al Qaeda's] Inspire magazine on your desk — these are behavioral indicators that we apply to focus on the primary threat," he said.
"We know who the adversary is. The primary threat is al Qaeda and its affiliates. And everything that we are doing in terms of primary focus of our efforts concentrates on that threat," he said.