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International terror defendants face longer prison terms than domestic counterparts, new study finds

  • Domestic extremists convicted of crimes receive significantly shorter prison terms compared to those convicted in international terrorism cases.
  • The criminal justice system shows a disparity in treatment between domestic and international terrorism cases.
  • Researchers at the University of Maryland found that even though domestic extremists have a similar recidivism rate as all federal offenders, they receive much shorter prison terms and less supervision after release.
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