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California / Bomb Threat / Unabomber / Airport Security #606940

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 28, 1995
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Reports introduced.

(Los Angeles: Kelly O'Donnell) Threat from the terrorist known as the Unabomber to blow up an airliner in California examined; scenes shown of security precautions at the Los Angeles International Airport. [Federal Aviation Administration Edward JONES - says it is a credible threat.] [PASSENGERS - comment.] The screening of mail in California post offices for package bombs and the restrictions on air mail due to the bomb threat noted; scenes shown. [San Francisco airport spokesperson Ron WILSON, PASSENGER- comment.]

(Washington: Pete Williams) Profile of the Unabomber and speculation as to his motives given. [FBI's James FREEMAN - talks of the Unabomber.] The Unabomber's reign of terror briefly reviewed. [Terrorism expert Brian JENKINS - says this is a challenge to the Unabomber.]

O'Donnell, Kelly;
Williams, Brian;
Williams, Pete

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