Recent terrorist attacks in the United States against congregants at houses of worship, TV broadcast media and public figures highlight the continued severity of domestic terrorism.
Who are the domestic terrorists, what are their motivations, how do they become radicalized into violence, where do they live, who do they target and what can be done to mitigate their threat? These questions are answered by Terry Oroszi and David Ellis in their excellent book, “The American Terrorist: Everything You Need To Know To Be A Subject Matter Expert.” In it, the authors utilize their database of 519 Americans charged with acts related to terrorism from September 2001 to December 2018 to compile a general profile of the domestic terrorist.
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