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Terrorism / Homegrown Threat / Philadelphia #1081473

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Apr 04, 2015
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(Studio: Peter Alexander) Report introduced.

(New York: Ron Allen) The arrest in Philadelphia of Keonna Thomas@, who wanted to go to Syria to fight for ISIS, reviewed; scenes shown from outside her home; details given of two New York women's plot to build bombs for jihad, another ISIS case in which National Guardsman Hasan Edmonds & cousin Jonas Edmonds%. [Fordham Law School Center on National Security Karen GREENBERG@- cites the danger.] [WOMAN - reacts.] [New York defense attorney Thomas DUNN@- comments.]

Alexander, Peter;
Allen, Ron

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