NEW YORK (CNN) -- Six years of investigations and prosecutions have turned up little evidence of Islamic jihadists at work in the United States, according to a study released Monday. The study, conducted by New York University's Center on Law and Security, tracked 510 cases billed as terrorism-related when arrests were made. But it found only 158 of those people arrested since al Qaeda's September 11, 2001, attacks were prosecuted for terrorism. <snip> "The vast majority of cases turn out to include no link to terrorism once they go to court," the report found. The analysis "suggests the presence of few, if any, prevalent terrorist threats currently within the U.S." SOURCE Does this mean the government and media might be exaggerating the terrorism threat a wee bit? Wonder why they'd do that? Money power and control couldn't can't have anything to do with it...right?