After Boston, we should put Muslims under surveillance, says Rep. King 20 Apr 2013 Republican Rep. Peter King. King, who chairs the House subcommittee on Counterterrorism and Intelligence, is urging authorities to beef up their surveillance of Muslims in the U.S. following Friday night's arrest of bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Police must "realize that the threat is coming from the Muslim community and increase surveillance there," the New York lawmaker told National Review. King--who spearheaded controversial hearings on the [so-called] radicalization of Muslim-Americans in 2011--also told CNN that "we can't be politically correct. I think we have to see, has radicalization extended into the Chechen community?"