Kevin Ryan: "Terrorism : It Could Be Anyone Now", DigWithin.net, 16 December 2013.
Kevin Ryan, who was fired from his job as Site Manager at Underwriters Laboratories for publicly challenging the US Government’s investigation into the WTC tragedy, comments on The Wall Street Journal's recent coverage of the arrest of Terry Lee Loewen. That a Wichita avionics specialist, described by his neighbours as "normal", and by his ex-wife as "peaceful" and "easy-going" and as a man who "didn’t like confrontation", should convert to jihadist Islam (about six months ago) and then spend all his free time preparing to be a "lone wolf" suicide bomber for the sake of "Muslim brothers and sisters" whom he had never met, and apparently without the knowledge of his family, Kevin Ryan finds pretty difficult to believe. He concludes:
"If we can learn anything from the incident it is that the next terrorist could be anybody—you, your father, your neighbor—anyone at all.
And there won’t necessarily be any signs other than what the FBI provides about internet activity."
Image source: Kevin Ryan: "Terrorism : It Could Be Anyone Now", DigWithin.net, 16 December 2013.