Terrorism / Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, San Francisco, California (Studio: Tom Llamas) Report introduced. #1119066
ABC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 23, 2017
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(New York: Eva Pilgrim) A shooting spree by Ahmed El-Mofty targeting police in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, that may have been terrorism reviewed; scenes shown from Harrisburg; details given about El-Mofty's background. [Dauphin County D.A. Ed MARSICO- says he fired at officers.] The foiling of a terrorism plot by tow truck driver Everett Jameson targeting San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf on Christmas Day featured; details given about Jameson's Marine background & what he told FBI undercover agents [Jameson's FATHER - comments.] The ramping up of security at holiday destinations discussed.
- Pilgrim, Eva
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