What’s the FBI’s most pressing concern in Indianapolis?
Not public corruption, violent crime or the protection of civil liberties.
According to Jay Abbott, director of the Indianapolis field office, the FBI’s most urgent issue in Indianapolis is terrorism, he told RTV6 ABC in an exclusive interview.
Abbott said the attack on the Charlie Hebdo magazine outlet in Paris underscores the dangers to the homeland.
“With the current news and events that are occurring right now in Europe, particularly in France in Paris with the Charlie Hebdo magazine outlet, we’re not sure yet what that means for us as we help the French with their investigation in any way we can. But, we’re watching very closely to try and interpret those things that may be helpful to us.”