Oklahoma Sen. Tom Coburn questions effectiveness of Homeland Security ‘fusion centers’
While it might not have disrupted any terrorist plots, supporters say a controversial state intelligence-gathering center based in Oklahoma City has proved an effective crime-fighting tool.
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“It’s just another layer of security to make sure nothing falls through the cracks,” said Kim Edd Carter, director of the state’s homeland security office.
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