Attorney Thomas Durkin, left, talks to reporters as Mohammed Hamzah Khan’s parents stand nearby, after a court hearing in October 2014 in Chicago. PHOTO: CHARLES REX ARBOGAST/ASSOCIATED PRESS

Attorney Thomas Durkin, left, talks to reporters as Mohammed Hamzah Khan’s parents stand nearby, after a court hearing in October 2014 in Chicago. PHOTO: CHARLES REX ARBOGAST/ASSOCIATED PRESS

"Terror Convicts Pose Dilemma After Release From Prison" The Wall Street Journal

The earliest release of an inmate convicted of terror-related crimes in the U.S. could take place in 2017. To address the concern that other re-entry programs cannot successfully reintegrate such inmates, the Justice Department and other agencies are considering the creation of special reintegration programs for inmates convicted on terror charges. 

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