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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Project Liberty
Project Liberty may stand for:*Liberty Alliance Project, a broad-based industry standards consortium developing suites of specifications defining federated identity management and web services communication protocols*Project Liberty Ship, a non-profit organization found in 1978 to save a Liberty Ship, the SS John W. Brown as a memorial for men and women of Liberty Ships during World War II*The Liberty Project, a team of former supervillains into superheroes of Eclipse Comics* Project Liberty, a USAF plan to rapidly create and field the MC-12W aircraft for Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance - Source: Wikipedia
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