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Chicago, Illinois / NATO Summit / Bomb Plot #1022842

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 19, 2012
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(Studio: David Muir) The arrest in Chicago of three men planning to target three sites in the city reported; details given of the charges.

(Chicago: Alex Perez) The domestic terrorism plot reviewed; photos shown of three anarchists who planned to hurl Molotov cocktails into a police station, Mayor Rahm Emanuel's home and President Obama's campaign headquarters; details given about how the plot to protest the NATO summit was foiled and about their weaponry. [Cook County state's attorney Anita ALVAREZ†, Chicago police department Supt. Garry McCARTHY†- comment on the plot.] [Attorney Sarah GELSOMINO†- calls it a fear campaign.] [On the street, WOMAN - reacts.]

Muir, David;
Perez, Alex

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