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Terrorism / 9/11 Plot #1006651

NBC Evening News for Friday, Sep 09, 2011
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(Studio: Brian Williams) A new terror threat as the 10th anniversary of the attacks on September 11, 2001 approach noted; photos shown of police.

(Washington: Pete Williams) Intelligence from Pakistan about 3 men who flew to the US to set off car bombs in New York City or Washington, DC featured; scenes shown of the police presence; details given about the search for the men and the investigation into dealers who sell bomb-making materials. [New York MAN – reacts to the security.] [Vice President Joe BIDEN – says all hands are on deck.] [Washington Mayor Vince GRAY††, New York City Mayor Michael BLOOMBERG – call on the public to report anything suspicious.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) The hacking of the NBC News Twitter account that led to false reports of a plane attack on Ground Zero reported; NBC statement quoted.

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