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The Money Trail (Al Qaeda: Forensic Accounting) #653938

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 02, 2001
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.

(New York: Scott Cohn) The major front on the war against terrorism of blocking the Al Qaeda money trail examined; details given about the investigation by forensic accountants into the Byzantine network through which the money flows; statistics cited from the investigation. [International money laundering expert Connie FRIESEN - comments; cites the pockets of non-cooperation of other nations in tracking funds.] [Deloitte and Touche Frank PIANTIDOSI - explains what forensic accounting does.] [Former New York City police commissioner Howard SAFIR - talks about investigating the money trail for the '93 World Trade Center bombing.]

Reporter(s):
Cohn, Scott;
Seigenthaler, John
Duration:
00:04:00

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