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ENG: Peter T. "Pete" King (born April 5, 1944) is the U.S. Representative for New York's 3rd congressional district, serving since 1993. He is a member of the Republican Party. King's central Long Island district includes parts of Nassau and Suffolk counties. King serves as the Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee and drew attention in early 2011 for holding hearings on the extent of radicalization of Muslim Americans. He also sits on the Financial Services Committee and the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. Early life, education, and career King was born in Manhattan and raised in Sunnyside, Queens, New York. His family has Irish roots that trace back to County Galway and County Limerick. His father, Peter King, was a New York City police ...
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Rep. Peter King's Hearings on Muslims Are Warranted


The New York Times published an extensive article by Richard Perez-Pena headlined “Koch and N.Y.U. Clash Over Terrorism Report.” The article stated, “The report, focusing on three high-profile cases, accuses law enforcement agencies of luring young Muslim men into violent plots and makes broad assertions that the government stigmatizes Muslims. The charge is nothing new; defendants in many terrorism trials in the past have alleged entrapment, but juries have rejected that defense.”First, some background. On Aug. 24, I was told by Norman Liss, a lawyer, friend, and ...


Peter King fears Occupy Wall Street may gain political clout


If Congressman Peter King wants the media and the public to ignore the growing Occupy Wall Street movement - and he clearly does - it might be politically more astute not to acknowledge its potential effectiveness.Speaking on the Laura Ingraham radio show this weekend King did his best to vilify the growing movement as a 'ragtag' band of malcontents, rather than a populist movement riding the surge of anger at the income inequality that is still growing in the United States (and which is now so unequal it puts us closer to Honduras than Sweden, say). King recalled that such protests arose ...


Repr. King Calls Occupy Wall Street Protesters 'Ragtag Mob'


Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) joined Herman Cain among the ranks of Republican pols who are unimpressed with the Occupy Wall Street protesters and their nationwide counterparts, calling them a "ragtag mob" and "anarchists" on the Laura Ingraham radio show Friday. "The fact is these people are anarchists. They have no idea what they're doing out there," King said. "They have no sense of purpose other than a basically anti-American tone and anti-capitalist. It's a ragtag mob basically." King, whose Long Island district includes many Wall Street commuters, dismissed the demonstrators as "a bunch of ...


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Newsday: Slain agent receives posthumous 'Badge of Bravery'
Slain federal agent John F. Capano, who died attempting to stop a New Year's Eve robbery at a Seaford pharmacy two years ago, Monday was posthumously awarded the Federal Law Enforcement Congressional Badge of Bravery.
The Hill: Lawmakers vow bombing investigations
Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) on Monday promised an exhaustive House inquiry into whether the FBI should have more rigorously investigated terror suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev before last week’s Boston Marathon bombing.
Daily News: Rep. Peter King: Federal government failed New York and put city risk
The federal government failed for more than 48 hours to warn city officials that the alleged Boston bombers had eyed New York as their next target.
Newsday: FBI questioning of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was cut short by magistrate judge
BOSTON -- The flow of information that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was providing to FBI investigators abruptly stopped when a federal magistrate judge showed up at the hospital unannounced and read him his Miranda rights, a source said Thursday.



 
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