$25 million is a whole lot of money, and The Puget Sound Joint Terrorism Taskforce (PSJTTF) is now giving Seattle locals an opportunity to collect. That is, if you have information regarding a terrorist.
Starting this week as part of a publicity campaign in Seattle, the U.S. Department of State’s Rewards for Justice Program (RFJ) [...]
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