Should U.S. Police Forces, which are severely restricted in how they can interrogate and use electronic surveillance, be granted more freedom and power in order to implement counter-terrorist measures? Consider the possible ramifications of your answer.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 8:02 pm ad1c9bdddf
This solution discusses how the U.S. Police Forces, which are severely restricted in how they can interrogate and use electronic surveillance, should be granted more freedom and power in order to implement counter-terrorist measures. It also provides the possible ramifications, references and a related article on the consequences of torture interrogation of terrorists.
Terrorism: Sociological Impact & Analysis
The solution, an essay of 2,224 words provides an in depth discussion of terrorism geared to answer the following questions:
1. What will be the long-term sociological impacts of terrorism on the United States?
2. Americans have a reputation for forgetting any event that took place more than two weeks ago. Will we soon forget the lessons of 9/11?
3. Many people complain about loopholes in our legal system. What elements of due process would you do away with in order to feel safer from terrorism? Would you, for example, allow for torture to gain critical intelligence?
4. What are the differences between religious and political terrorists?
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