Institute for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence

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Founder Oliver 'Buck' Revell
Headquarters Washington DC, USA
Membership • Oliver 'Buck' Revell
• Yigal Carmon
• Peter Probst
• Steven L. Pomerantz
• Gene Gately
• Tarek Heggy
• Richard Carlson
• Robert W. Taylor
• William M. Kelly

The Institute for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence is located in Washington, DC.[1][2] It has no website and only exists on the web in the form of references made to it by individuals who list themselves as members of the institute. It appears to be defunct. The organization can be traced as far back as 1994 with references naming former IDF member Yigal Carmon as its director and 1997 in the mainstream media with a reference to Oliver Revell who was quoted and identified in a CNN report as ISTPV's president.[3] The majority of listed members appear to have worked in intelligence organizations prior to joining ISTPV including the FBI and the CIA, and many continue to include their ISTPV membership in their online bios. Vice President Peter Probst left the CIA to establish his own private consultancy and join ISTPV.[4] Many of the members are also involved in different organizations together. Revell and Carmon both work for MEMRI and Gene Gately and Steven L. Pomerantz are members of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies.

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References

  1. CCI, "About Us", Competitive Corporate Intelligence, accessed on 21 November 2010
  2. a b FDD, "STEVEN POMERANTZ", Foundation for Defense of Democracies, accessed on 21 November 2010
  3. Pierre Thomas, "Experts prepare for 'an electronic Pearl Harbor'", 7 November 1997
  4. Peter Probst, "What September 11 Should Have Taught Us," Confronting Terrorism Workshop paper, 25-29 March 2002, p. 374
  5. Policy Impact Communications, "Ambassador Richard Carlson, Director",Policy Impact Communications, accessed on 21 November 2010
  6. Revell Group, "Buck Bio", Revell Group, accessed on 20 November 2010
  7. UCLA International Institute, "The Roots of the Martyrdom Phenomenon in Early Islam", UCLA International Institute, Thursday, February 21, 2008, accessed on 21 November 2010
  8. ICSR, "Yigal Carmon", The International Centre for the Study of Radicalization, accessed on 21 November 2010
  9. ABC National Radio, "Bioterrorism", ABC National Radio, 20 October 2001, accessed on 21 November 2010
  10. Claude Salhani, "Livestock Plagues Could Be Bioterrorist Attack", United Press International, 5 April 2001, accessed on 20 November 2010
  11. Peter S. Probst, "Bin Laden:His Future and Ours", Scribd, 12 February 2003, accessed on 20 November 2010
  12. Intellitech International, "Our Team", Intellitech International, accessed on 20 November 2010
  13. Charity Wire, "Steven Pomerantz, Former Head Of FBI's Counterterrorism Unit, Takes On New American Jewish Committee Post As Senior Adviser On Counterterrorism", Charity Wire, 22 October 1998, accessed on 21 November 2010
  14. FDD, "Gene Gately", Foundation for Defense of Democracies, accessed on 21 November 2010
  15. Tarek Heggy, "Tarek Heggy Personal Resume", Tarek-Heggy, accessed on 21 November 2010
  16. FDD, "AMB. RICHARD CARLSON", Foundation for Defense of Democracies, accessed on 20 November 2010
  17. RIHSC, "Dr. Robert W. Taylor", Research Institute for Human Security and Cooperation, accessed on 20 November 2010
  18. The Senate of Canada, "William M. Kelly - Conservative Party of Canada", The Senate of Canada, accessed on 21 November 2010