There's a link to the video of the interview in the transcript, about halfway down it.
...we spent two and a half years investigating this group, and during that time we interviewed law enforcement about why these groups, why these facilities were allowed to exist in the United States.
We got a host of reasons, but the No. 1 reason is they are protected by the U.S. Constitution, and they are protected by state constitutions in the United States. Really, law enforcement's hands are tried in trying to shut these groups down...
...There's 35 compounds, villages, communities that Sheikh Gilani has inside the United States. They range anywhere from the East coast of New York to South Carolina to the West Coast, Seattle, Washington, and from New York down to Texas.
Spread the word, my fellow Americans. These fucksticks are in our own backyards The Constitution may protect their right to be here, but the country needs to know where and how these camps operate.