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Terrorism / Refugees in the US #1055507

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 20, 2013
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(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.

(Studio: Brian Ross) ABC News exclusive report on terrorists coming into the US as refugees presented; scenes shown from Kentucky from an FBI undercover operation of an Al Qaeda terrorist getting weapons; details given about the role of two individuals as terrorists killing American soldiers and of the FBI hunt to match bombmaker fingerprints to refugees now in the US. [Representative Michael McCAUL†- says there are trained bombmakers inside the US.] [Bowling Green police Department Chief Doug HAWKINS†- says the system failed: they got into the country.] [Military MAN - says they wanted to assassinate a captain.] [FBI forensic scientist Kathryn SUCHMA†- shows the fingerprints on a cataloged bomb.] [FBI TEDAC lab director Gregory CARL†- talks about the counterterrorism investigation.]

(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The full report on "Nightline" noted.

Sawyer, Diane;
Ross, Brian

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