N.J. officials say state faces a ‘high’ level of threat from white supremacist groups

Citing the deadly attack in December on a kosher supermarketin Jersey City, as well as the arrests last year of a number of white supremacists allegedly plotting violent attacks, New Jersey officials Friday said homegrown extremism remains the biggest terrorism threat to the state.The Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness, in its annual assessment report, said of the 44 domestic terrorist incidents reported in the United States last year, four had a nexus to New Jersey.“The ever-changing threat landscape in New Jersey and around the country requires us to adjust our strategies to antici…

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