Rockefeller Forum on The Patriot Act Brings Together Experts from Homeland Security and Criminal Justice
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Albany, N.Y. (October 20, 2011) - On Thursday, October 20, Rockefeller College concluded its special three-part series Navigating the Post-9/11 World with a policy forum at the Rockefeller Institute of Government. The forum, titled Chasing Criminals vs. Chasing Terrorists: Comparing Investigation Standards and Criminal Procedures in the Post-9/11 World — Reflections on the Patriot Act, featured key officials and experts in military and government security. Paul Clyne, an attorney in private practice and former Albany County district attorney, moderated.
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Albany County district
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Photo Above: Rick Mathews, director of the National Center for Security & Preparedness, is pictured at the podium, introducing forum moderator Paul Clyne. Sitting from left to right are panelists: Richard S. Hartunian, U.S. attorney, Northern District of New York; Boris Lederer, senior advisor, NCSP; James Horton, assistant director, New York State Police Office of Counter Terrorism; and Kevin Luibrand, defense counsel in United States of America v. Mohammed Mosharref Hossain.