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Profiles in Terror

Click on an image to view information about each terrorism defendant, or browse the whole database.

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Crunch the Numbers

We analyzed the prosecutions of 508 alleged domestic terrorists. View them by alleged terrorist group or state, or play with the full data set.

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Terrorism Cases State By State

Forty-three in Wisconsin? Three in Alaska? Click the map for details on terror cases in your state or click here for the rest of the charts.

Califonia Oregon Washington Alaska Arizona Montana Colorado Texas Oklahoma Wisconsin Iowa Tennessee South Carolina Maine Minnesota Michigan Pennsylvania Florida District of Columbia Indiana Kentucky Georgia Alabama Mississippi Arkansas Missouri Louisiana Illinois Connecticut Ohio Delaware North Carolina Virgina Massachusetts New York Maryland New Jersey

out of 508 defendants...48% 31% 10%
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Read Internal FBI supporting documents

Tales of undercover informants and unsuspecting suspects, ripped from the pages of federal terrorism investigations.

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About This Project

"Terrorists for the FBI" is the result of a yearlong investigation by Mother Jones in conjunction with the University of California-Berkeley's Investigative Reporting Program, which is headed by Lowell Bergman. Trevor Aaronson was the lead reporter; Mother Jones fellows Hamed Aleaziz and Lauren Ellis contributed additional research. Read more about the project.

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