The Star-Ledger ran an op-ed by CREATE Associate Director Erroll Southers about the United States' vulnerability to terrorism a decade after September 11. "The death of Osama bin Laden, though significant, represents the end of the beginning," Southers wrote. "This is a leadership moment. Americans should hear the truth about the terrorist threats we face, and how we can mobilize to detect and deter future attacks. The 'risk-based and intelligence-driven' network media talking points, offered by our government agencies as an explanation for a continuing series of security calamities, are insulting and continue to erode the public trust."
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