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Rockefeller Forum on The Patriot Act Brings Together Experts from Homeland Security and Criminal Justice

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Paul Clyne, an attorney in
private practice and former
Albany County district
attorney, moderates the
policy forum.
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.

Read more about the policy forum and watch video of the event or listen to an audio recording

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.