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Oregon / Bomb Plot #1055198

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, May 28, 2013
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Corvallis, Oregon: Mike Taibbi) The arrest in Oregon of teenager Grant Acord†† for plotting to blow up his school featured; scenes shown of police at his home where bombs were found in his room, bomb-sniffing dogs, Acord’s court appearance; details given about his treatment for PANDAS†, a form of OCD. [Albany police Chief Eric CARTER†- says the bombs would have caused significant damage, injury or death.] [Parent Jennifer YOUNG†- reacts.] [West Albany High School principal Susie ORSBORN†- comments on students coming back.] [Benton County DA John HAROLDSON†- describes the bombs.]

Williams, Brian;
Taibbi, Mike

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