Understanding the Jihadi Threat to America

Date: Friday June 3, 2016
Time: 0800-1700
Location: Cedar Valley College, (Building M, Veterinary Technology Services)
3030 North Dallas Avenue, Lancaster, Texas 75134

This program is presented for law enforcement officials and community leaders, and will help
put global and domestic events into clear perspective, as well as identify specific jihadi threats in
the Dallas and surrounding areas.
UTT (UnderstandingtheThreat.com) is the only organization in America training local and state
officials, as well as citizens, on the nature of the threat from the Global Islamic Movement and
actions which can be taken to deal with this threat at a state and local level.
The program will include a detailed and factual understanding of: the overall enemy strategy;
the history of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) in the United States; Muslim Brotherhood doctrine;
the extensive MB jihadi network in the U.S.; Sharia (Islamic Law) and how jihadis use Sharia in
furtherance of their operations; how understanding Sharia fundamentally changes how law enforcement and state/local leaders approach this threat in their community.
The program is free to attendees but each participant must RSVP (register) for this program by
sending an email to Bill Morrill at dallasevent2016@gmail.com. Law Enforcement attendees
will be eligible for continuing education credit.
“This training should be mandatory for every cop and federal agent in America.”
FBI Special Agent, FBI’s Washington D.C. Field Office

"John Guandolo is a national treasure. He is courageously crisscrossing America sounding
the alarm about the realities of the most significant threat to the nation today... Every citizen in this country should hear what he has to say.”
Joint statement signed by Lieutenant General William G. "Jerry" Boykin (U.S. Army, retired), Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence (2003-2007); The Honorable Joseph E. Schmitz, Inspector General, DoD (20022005); Lieutenant General Harry “Ed” Soyster (U.S. Army, retired), Director, Defense Intelligence Agency (19881991); and R. James Woolsey, Director, Central Intelligence (1993-1995)