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SubjectFwd: Fighting Grassroots Terrorism:
Fromburton@stratfor.com
To scott.stewart@stratfor.com, responses@stratfor.com
DateAug 4, 2011 14:19
ReleasedAug 12, 2012 08:00
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   Subject: Fighting Grassroots Terrorism:               
      Date: Thu, 4 Aug 2011 08:09:34 -0400               
      From: Michael Maness <michael.maness@trapwire.com> 
        To: Fred Burton <burton@stratfor.com>            

   Kudos to Scott for another insightful article. As you know, this is
   exactly the message we've been pushing for almost seven years now -- and
   gaining some traction. TrapWire SAR reports are fed directly/automatically
   into the National SAR Initiative (NSI) that Scott mentions...as well as
   the FBI's eGuardian system if/when there's confirmed nexus to terrorism or
   major crimes (which is happening frequently). Additionally, our networks
   in LA, Vegas and DC all support See Something Say Something (S4 as I call
   it), with TrapWire actually acting as the analytic tool behind the scenes.
   Pentagon, Ft. Meade and USMC (which is pushing to get TrapWire deployed
   globally for their bases) all feed their own military-centric S4 type
   programs. ("Eagle Eyes" at Quantico for instance).