Suspected Terror Attack at OSU Launched Nationwide Dragnet for Information

Suspected Terror Attack at OSU Launched Nationwide Dragnet for Information“There’s been a police shooting on the [Ohio State University] campus involving a car versus a crowd,” the staffer told Quinn, who runs the Ohio Strategic Analysis and Information Center in Columbus. “We don’t know where the shoe may be falling next,” said Mike Hartzler, another senior homeland security official in Ohio. “There’s no nation on this planet that has this capability right now,” said Mike Sena, president of the National Fusion Center Association, which represents and promotes the 78 fusion centers across the country.

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