Austin Police Chief: ‘Individuals That Feel Marginalized’ Are ‘More Susceptible to Radicalization’


<p>Austin Police Chief Art Acevedo told the House Homeland Security Committee Wednesday that it is important &ldquo;to temper our comments&rdquo; regarding members of a certain religion, race, or national origin, because people who feel &ldquo;marginalized&rdquo; or unwelcome are &ldquo;more susceptible to radicalization.&rdquo; <a href="… Full Story</a></p>

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