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Terrorism / Al Qaeda / Ghaith #1046007

CBS Evening News for Friday, Mar 08, 2013
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden’s son-in-law Sulaiman Abu Ghaith††’s plea of not guilty to charges of conspiring to kill Americans reported; sketches from the New York courtroom shown.

(Studio: John Miller) Ghaith’s capture in Turkey by the CIA and Turkey’s national intelligence service, the MIT, reviewed; details given about the information gathered from Abu Ghaith from his interrogation by the High-Value Interrogation Group {HIG} and about how he was deported from Turkey to Jordan and then flown to the US. The decision to give Abu Ghaith a civilian trial rather than detain him at Guantanamo Bay discussed.

Pelley, Scott;
Miller, John

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