Anti-terror chief says US needs new domestic terrorism laws

New York’s anti-terrorism boss called Thursday on the United States to introduce new domestic terrorism laws to cover threats posed by internal extremists like the rioters who stormed the Capitol. “We don’t have domestic terrorism laws that measure up to that level, as we do with foreign,” John Miller, who oversees the NYPD’s counterterrorism operations, told reporters. He noted that the US has so far been wary of such a law, adding that the country needs to look at it again in light of the rioting by supporters of President Donald Trump that left five people dead. There should not be “a laund…

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