Unpredictable lone-wolf attacks are terrorism’s future — and the challenge of preventing them may get harder before it gets easier, the NYPD’s counterterrorism chief said Sunday.
“We went from 9/11 up to 2017 without a successful terrorist attack in New York City,” said Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence and Counterterrorism John Miller on The Cats Roundtable on AM 970. “Starting in 2017 through recent months, we’ve had three.”
“They’re still communicating with a message that if you can do an attack where you are … do it. And do it with what you have on hand. If you have a gun, use a gun. If you have a truck, use a truck,” Miller said. “This is terrorism for dummies.”
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