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Feds can't find two 'known or suspected terrorists' formerly in witness protection

Feds can't find two 'known or suspected terrorists' formerly in witness protection

() Two “known or suspected terrorists” formerly in the federal Witness Security Program are missing.

The U.S. Marshall Service is “unable to locate” them, according to the public summary of an interim Justice Department Inspector General’s report obtained by CNN and reviewed by TheBlaze

CNN’s Jake Tapper breaks down the particulars:

The news comes from an audit of the Witness Security Program by the IG’s office, which states that “the Department did not definitively know how many known or suspected terrorists were admitted into the WITSEC program,” among other “significant issues concerning national security.” The report makes 16 recommendations.

Public summary of IG report on Witness Protection program

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