[..] Raffaello Pantucci, director of international security studies at the Royal United Services Institute, has studied lone actors, and he said they were often known to the police “but haven’t yet crossed the threshold of concern, so they’re in the background, a lower priority. If they’re never the leader, never the principal, at some point you don’t focus on them,” he said. “They don’t set off intelligence tripwires.”[..]
[..] finding would suggest that traditional police work within target communities is vital to detecting a potential attack. “in 60 percent of the cases, the individuals had leaked very specific information about the plots they were about to go on,” telling families and friends what they were going to do” . [..]
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