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Welcome back a follow up now -- on a segment that we brought you last week New Jersey governor Chris Christie reacting to reports.
That the NYPD was secretly.
Surveying Muslim communities in his state.
But his issue is and with the surveillance itself.
Christie saying quote people are concerned about the NYPD coming in here and not sharing their information with law enforcement it's not about -- It's doubts the cardinal rule that we learn from 9/11 we must share information with each other let's bring in our power panel -- Green former president of the women's media center.
His military Pulitzer Prize winning investigative reporter and author and -- need to rally at project when he went -- And daily caller columnist Fox News contributor as well.
Says speaking of sharing information you -- -- here to share your insight on this topic and does make sense what Chris Christie saying in fact the information wasn't shared with them that is one of the big lessons that we learned from 9/11.
Judy you have some information well this is a parent.
-- the problem here what we have is a communications.
Failure in that the chief police chief for the talent.
Carrying a cart -- wasn't -- about the survey not only was he informed but he is selling one of his own people to work with the NYPD.
To help collect.
And assess some of this information so why it is that he did not choose to share this information at the time.
With the ban state.
Attorney general which is what Chris Christie was -- -- separate question but.
You know there's there's -- -- was -- -- obligation to even do that this was a survey about what the Muslim community looks like there had been.
Nanny many instances.
I'm suspicious behavior.
Suspicious conduct that the NYPD was worried about.
And so they did what he would do you know than 1993 bond was assembled in -- basement.
In New Jersey.
Terrorists come from New Jersey you had to take a look at they didn't coordinate and I don't understand Chris Christie's position I think -- a problem.
With Ray Kelly I -- calling him a master of the universe.
Calling the department -- again I mean this goes beyond and that is a little.
Blanket statement had to say terrorist tram for New Jersey and then that they had this past summer and therefore you that's -- they had to know what is the lay of the land look like and that's all they did they work perfectly authorized under hand show.
Court guidelines to do exactly what they did it's very clear it's specifically authorizes.
That kind of thing and funded entirely by the federal -- absolutely.
Most outrageous is that the agencies were not speaking in New York police department and the New Jersey police department they should have been communicating if you think about it.
That is one of the problems that we had from September 11 because we had the FBI.
And the CIA working in this silos know what was communicating but they had this intelligence.
So they should be communique and it's very important towards security chiefs where he usually is why wasn't the police.
I enjoy all the -- -- communication breakdown I do think we have to take to heart when Governor Christie says that the joint terrorism task force.
In Newark wasn't aware of this.
We're gonna see now an investigation.
From the attorney general then you -- Eric Holder.
And I saw that and we had many actual congress people who were upset that this investigation.
Has taken so long to actually get underway so I think we have to take it a step back and wait for the investigation from the attorney general.
But also hope that this isn't just like.
And about much tees -- between Governor Christie and Ray Kelly.
And hopefully can come out with a solution that this doesn't happen when you go to -- its jurisdiction.
You inform them if what -- tedious stating it happened then back to police chief in the Atlantic county boot probably isn't one to blame I --
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