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Sudan / United States Attack / An Investigation #184595

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 10, 1999
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(London: Sheila MacVicar) ABC News investigation into President Clinton's administration's attack on a pharmaceutical plant in the Sudan in retaliation against Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden presented; scenes shown of the wrecked plant. [In interview, factory owner Salah IDRIS - says they need the right target; denies ever meeting bin Laden.] [National Security Adviser Samuel BERGER - says there is physical evidence there of chemical weapons.] The doubts about this chemical evidence in the CIA soil sample detailed. [TNO Prins Maurits Lab Dr. Hendrik BENSCHOP - questions the CIA evidence.] [January 8, Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Hugh SHELTON - says the right targets were hit.]

Jennings, Peter;
MacVicar, Sheila

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