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Terrorism / Immigrant Detention Policies #651220

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Dec 08, 2001
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) The American policy of detaining men from the Middle East in the wake of the September 11 attack examined; details given of the case of the arrest of Yemeni Ali al-Mahtari, who was detained to be questioned about the September 11 attack. [Al-MAHTARI - says he was accused of lying.] [Dallas attorney Karen PENNINGTON - outlines her client's case and the "fear factor."] [Lebanese student "MOHAMMAD" - says he's nervous.] [University of Michigan Muslim student association vice president Kenan BASHA - says this is ethnic profiling.]

Reynolds, Dean;
Vargas, Elizabeth

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