Obama to Close Guantanamo and Foreign Prisons, Limit CIA Methods
From the article:
"The executive orders, aimed at rolling back much of former President Bush's architecture for the war on terror, involve "altering CIA detention and interrogation rules, limiting interrogation standards in all U.S. facilities worldwide to those outlined in the Army Field Manual, and prohibiting the agency from secretly holding terrorist detainees in third-country prisons,"
The US will be limited in it's ability to intercept terrorists plans, especially overseas. So...... will that lead to more successful terrorist attacks, now that the terrorists have to worry less, about having their murderous plans exposed ahead of time? The US is probably safer than Europe, being further from the action.
Are the Islamic terrorists more likely to target Europe, seeing that it's closer, and that they already have terrorist cells in place? Which European countries are most likely to be first? England? France? Germany? Italy? I hope not, but probably one of those. I just hope that the EU's anti-terrorist intelligence is up to the challenge of increased possibilities of attack.