FBI Has Dispatched a Special Team of Badasses You’ve Never Heard of to Hunt Down ISIS
While the Islamic State hasn’t been successful in carrying out any attacks in the United States, there still are a staggering number of open cases into ISIS supporters here in America.
The number of alleged cases, 1,000, shows just how poisonous the influence of the jihadists has become.
In fact, there are reportedly 48 high-risk, ISIS-linked suspects in America and the FBI has sent out elite mobile surveillance teams to hunt them down.
Fox News reports on the type of things these teams do:
These elite FBI teams are reserved for espionage, mob violence and high-priority terrorism cases, like a joint terrorism task force case last June, where a 26 year old suspect Usaama Rahim, was killed outside a Massachusetts CVS.
When a police officer and FBI agent tried to question him, the Boston Police Commissioner said Rahim threatened them with a knife, and was shot dead.
With at least a dozen agents assigned to each case, providing 24/7 coverage, this high level of surveillance reflects the severe risk associated with suspects most likely to attempt copycat attacks after Paris.
It’s unclear how many different ISIS cases the teams have been engaged in, but there have been 67 arrests tied to the Islamic State in the U.S…