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A Closer Look (On Alert) #650507

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 14, 2001
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) A closer look at terrorism and the bomb introduced.

(New York: Brian Ross) The nuclear black market examined. [Stanford University nuclear physicist professor Friedrich STEINHAUSLER - talks about the black market for radioactive materials.] [Former Clinton assistance Secretary of Defense Graham ALLISON - says Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden would use nuclear weapons in a heartbeat.] [Lawyer Charles ADLER - cites the incident in which bin Laden's agent got ripped off.] [Harvard University professor Matthew BUNN - expresses concern about Russian material getting loose; cites a case in which bin Laden's associates recruited Russian scientists.]

Ross, Brian;
Vargas, Elizabeth

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