"The intelligence community has come into possession of additional information that further raises our concern," Mr. Doyle said, adding, "It's a serious matter." The department declined to give details.Meanwhile a few pages away in the same section of the paper, an (ahem) unrelated article said that government testing had revealed that airport screeners are "still missing some knives, guns and explosives carried through airport checkpoints."
One official in London wondered why American officials did not act on the intelligence information by arresting Mr. Islam or share it with British authorities if they regarded Mr. Islam as a potential threat.
This administration is not just soft on terrorism. It's soft in the head.