News feature below from The Free Press
by Christine Parrish
A winter storm prevented Richard Clarke, a counter-terrorism expert and international security advisor, from reaching Searsport for the second time this winter to give testimony on the safety risks associated with a large propane facility proposed for Mack Point.
Clarke, who was scheduled to present his findings at a Searsport Planning Board hearing on February 11, is most famously recognized as the government advisor who was ignored when he warned President Bush in 2001 that all the signs pointed to Al Qaeda planning an attack in the United States. Read more in The Free Press