ntelligence Bulletin Three: The FBI began surveillance on Assad and is gathering information on where he visits and with whom he associates. Surveillance has pictures of Assad walking with the Muslim cleric outside the local mosque in heated discussions. In addition, a continued review of Assad’s open source materials finds that he has friended on Facebook an individual from Tampa named Hussein from Tampa Bay. Meanwhile, intelligence reports overseas are receiving information about how ISIS wants to attack America domestically; these attacks range from encouraging lone-wolf attacks to massive coordinated attacks. Another intelligence report of a major concern is that ISIS may be developing some type of weapon of mass destruction. The information is very sketchy but comes from a Human Asset located within the territory controlled by ISIS. Assignment Three: Discuss any issues arising from this scenario, including what government agencies at what level of government are responsible for vetting the weapon of mass destruction threat. Briefly discuss the types of weapons of mass destruction and the threats such weapons present. What addition steps, if any, should investigators take now that Assad has friended Hussein? Discuss the benefits and costs of continued surveillance. The overseas threat also has to be addressed

ntelligence Bulletin Three: The FBI began surveillance on Assad and is gathering information on where he visits and with whom he associates.  Surveillance has pictures of Assad walking with the Muslim cleric outside the local mosque in heated discussions.  In

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