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Terrorism / Oregon / Kushner Interview / Bin Laden / Pakistan #706773

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jul 13, 2002
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(Studio: Catherine Callaway) Report introduced.

(Seattle, Washington: Essex Porter) The arrest of Semi Osman† for connection to group of Seattle-based Muslims scouting location possible terrorist training in Oregon featured; details given of link to Sheik Abu Hamza al-Masri††, thought to be an Al Qaeda recruiter. [Neighbor Katrina KONONENKO†- describes the Osmans.]

(Studio: Catherine Callaway) Live interview held with “Encyclopedia of Terrorism” author Dr. Harvey Kushner† about terrorist cells operating inside the US; scenes shown of ranch in Bly, Oregon. [KUSHNER – talks about previous terrorist camps in the US; describes what makes an area desirable for locating these camps.]

(Studio: Catherine Callaway) Report that a German official believes Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden is still alive and may have had little to do with the September 11 attack on the US noted.

(Studio: Catherine Callaway) Grenade attack in Pakistan reported.

Callaway, Catherine;
Porter, Essex

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