Does your next door neighbor purchase heapin' helpin's of fertilizer from Home Depot? Is he growing an epic beard? He may be more than an annoying hipster experimenting with urban homesteading. No, no—it could be worse. He could be a terrorist. Danger Room highlights a pamphlet "prepared by federal law enforcement to help you navigate the uncertainties of an age of homegrown terrorism," which you can download here. Snip:
Be on the lookout, warn the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security, and the National Counterterrorism Center, for such 'indicators of possible terrorist activity' as "behavior that could indicate participation in surveillance of potential targets," "travel or interest in traveling overseas to attend violent extremist institutions or paramilitary camps," or checking out "websites and reading materials that advocate violence and then initiating action in support of this activity." See something? Say something!
Doc of the Day: Feds' Guide To Snitching on Your Terrorist Neighbor (Wired Danger Room)
Bonus: In the screengrab detail shown below, note the obligatory Altoids tin hack...
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