How to catch a terrorist without hurting anyone's feelings

Thursday, 30 March 2006, 2:06 AM EST

To articulate the facts and circumstances necessary to make an arrest prior to a crime being committed, police need to connect the dots of evidence. By contrasting a suspect's behavior against a background of objective information gleaned from a web of circumstances such as witnesses' interviews, physical evidence and contradictory statements, police are able to paint an objective picture of a suspect's intentions.

At CSO.

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