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Topic - Philip Mudd
"Takedown: Inside the Hunt for Al Qaeda" is an insider account by a former high-level official at the CIA and FBI about how both agencies substantially upgraded their counterterrorism capabilities after the U.S. government's failure to prevent al Qaeda's catastrophic attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
TAKEDOWN: INSIDE THE HUNT FOR AL QAEDA
Former counterterror expert Philip Mudd, discussing on "Fox News Sunday" the motives behind last week's Boston Marathon bombing, suggested the suspected bombers acted autonomously.
"You either talk to [the Taliban] or risk leaving more chaos as the drawdown [of U.S. troops] continues," he said.
"But the reality is that these folks own a lot of turf on the ground and, if we don't figure out a way to deal with them before we leave, the situation is going to be a lot worse."