Swift Quoted on Terror Threats to Sochi Olympic Games

21 January 2014 USA Today News

USA Today

Associate Christopher Swift was quoted in a USA Today article on January 21, 2014 titled “Experts expect new Sochi threats as Games approach.” The article discusses reports that Russian security officials are searching for three "black widows" dispatched to disrupt the Games concern U.S. experts on counterterrorism and Russian policy, who say more new potential threats likely will surface in the coming days. Swift was quoted saying, “The Caucasus Emirate is determined to embarrass President Putin during these Olympics to show that they are still very much a player in the North Caucasus.”


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