Because of his work as a federal prosecutor and now a high stakes defense attorney, Chris Georgalis was interviewed and quoted by cleveland.com reporter Evan MacDonald in a piece about terrorism stings and the delicate balance between entrapment and public safety. Read the full article here. The article provides:
"From authorities' perspective, it's critical to investigate suspicious online posts because the internet represents 'a means of surreptitious communications and ready access to like-minded individuals,' said Cleveland attorney Chris Georgalis, a former federal prosecutor who has worked on terrorism cases. 'It's certainly facilitated these types of attacks, but from the government's perspective, it's also a means of accessing a treasure trove of evidence,' Georgalis said after [the recent terrorism arrest in Cleveland]."