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The Justice Department has enough incriminating evidence to file terrorism charges against the Council on American-Islamic Relations and its founders but has chosen not to indict the Washington-based group and its leaders at this time, a veteran FBI agent reveals in a shocking new book.

"There is enough evidence to indict CAIR, but the government chose not to do so at this time," said former FBI official John Guandolo, author of "Raising a Jihadi Generation: Understanding the Muslim Brotherhood Movement in America."

He suggests the government balked at throwing the book at CAIR for political reasons.


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