The insurrectionists locked up together would be far from the first group to form blood bonds and recommit to a cause while locked up together.
Aki Peritz is a former counterterrorism analyst and author of "DIsruption: Inside the Largest Counterterrorism Investigation in History"
It's not surprising that Russia tried to spy on the country. But our leaders did little to stop it—and that doesn't bode well for the intelligence community under Trump.
Past as Prologue
The suicide attacks on Amman hotels in 2005 were supposed to bring the Hashemite Kingdom to its knees. Instead, Jordan rallied against the man who staged them.
After all of its efforts to undermine the U.S. mission, Tehran now has a violent, semi-failed state right on its border. And it will have to deal with the financial fallout on its own.