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Oct. 13, 2011MARYVILLE, MO | By: Wayman
NPR National Security and Counterterrorism correspondent Dina Temple-Raston spoke in Maryville last night.
Her lecture kicked off the start of the university's distinguished lecture series season. Temple-Raston says because of tighter border security, she predicts more internet recruiting by terrorists reading chat rooms, looking for lone wolves already in the US. She adds just because we are in the nation's heartland, we shouldn't let our guard down.