I opened The Baltimore Sun on Wednesday and was surprised that the Manchester massacre did not make the front page (Trump%E2%80%99s%20anti-terrorism%20program%20can%20effectively%20defeat%20these%20barbaric%20religious%20fanatics.%20The%20Manchester%20killer,%20Salman%20Abedi,%20is%20the%20son%20of%20a%20Libyan%20immigrant%20who%20fled%20Tripoli%20in%201993%20and%20found%20political%20asylum%20in%20England.%20Abedi%E2%80%99s%20father,%20Ramadan%20Abedi,%20had%20returned%20to%20Libya%20and%20belongs%20to%20the%20Salafi%20Jihadi%20movement.%20This%20movement%20is%20an%20extreme%20sect%20of%20Salafism%20from%20which%20Al%20Queda%20and%20ISIS%20hail.">"Brits say they will no longer share Manchester information after alleged leaks," May 25). Grabbing a headline was former Central Intelligence Agency Director John Brennan's concerns about Russian collusion in the 2016 election ("Hands off U.S. election, ex-CIA director says he warned Russia," May 24). You placed a massacre story on page 5, because the details of the story reveal that President Donald Trump's anti-terrorism program can effectively defeat these barbaric religious fanatics. The Manchester killer, Salman Abedi, is the son of a Libyan immigrant who fled Tripoli in 1993 and found political asylum in England. Mr. Abedi's father, Ramadan Abedi, had returned to Libya and belongs to the Salafi Jihadi movement. This movement is an extreme sect of Salafism from which al Qaida and ISIS hail.