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We seem to have avoided what was called a potential serious threat that made headlines on Thursday night - just DAYS before the anniversary of 9/11.

But - are we safe from threats?

"Look. We've got threats all over the world. We've got threats inside the United States. And - you know - domestically we have been an absolute success since 9/11 in deterring, detecting and destroying threats that are imposed inside of the United States. Yes, some terrorist activities have occurred since 9/11 - however they have not been as catastrophic - not even close to as catastrophic as that what we saw on 9/11."

That was Kerry Patton - who's the co-founder of the National Security Leadership foundation - speaking with Chip Franklin at KOGO in San Diego.

So Kerry, do you think it's possible there could be cells operating in the US - that could plot something like 9/11 without us getting wind of it?

"Let's just put it this way. There are terrorist cells inside the United States."

Mike Baker - a former Covert CIA Intelligence Officer - spent some time with Charlie Parker at WOAI in San Antonio - and makes a serious point --

"Out there - and not to sound paranoid - but out there are people within these organizations - al Qaeda and all their like minded minions - that spend their days sitting around - their house or their compound or where ever they might be at the time - wondering how to kills us - and that's what they do with themselves."

"So the fact that you pick up some threat information and you act on it - it's just a never ending stream of threat information - you put that one aside and you continue working on those potential targets - and then you go on to your next threat that comes through."

And as always - the most important thing that people need to realize - with this whole terror thing...

"Unfortunately - the reality is - we can never let our guard down."

The message is simple... be vigilant.

I'm Jessica Curtis - and that's your Talk Radio Buzz, from Fox News Radio.