Employing Organized Crime Networks to Combat Terrorism

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Employing Organized Crime Networks to Combat Terrorism
Abstract
This paper shall explore the concept of employing organized crime networks to combat terrorism. The war time collaboration between the American Mafia and the Office of Naval Intelligence will be reviewed. The circumstances of this alliance are defined and outlined. The legal aspects of this type of modern day collaboration are defined. The modern history of terrorism and organized crime are investigated and contextualized in terms of previous collaborations. An ultimate conclusion of the workability of this concept is presented.
Can the Government Work With Organized Crime to Combat Terrorism?
The pursuit of terror group that continue to threaten the homeland has been equated...
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