Anderson Cooper, tonight working as a correspondent with CBS 60 Minutes (for the first time?) reports on “The Attack in Garland” in May 2015.
The episode that an undercover FBI agent was at the “right place at the right time” to witness the aborted attack on a cartoon drawing contest sponsored by Pamela Geller.
The attackers had a huge cache of weapons and a massacre was averted by local police or sheriff.
But the FBI had tracked people associated with the attack on social media, and one had ties to extremis, as far back as 2006.
Why didn’t the FBI do more itself to stop the attack?