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Terrorism / September 11 / Flight 93 / Jarrah #707161

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 01, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Dubai & Atlanta: Sheila MacVicar) The investigation into whether Flight 93 hijacker pilot Ziad Jarrah† could have been stopped months earlier featured; air traffic control audiotape from Flight 93 played; scenes shown from the Pennsylvania site where the plane crashed; details given of the stopping & questioning of Jarrah at the Dubai airport & of differing reports from the CIA & the United Arab Emirates about intelligence on Jarrah, of Jarrah's travels & of CIA operations in Dubai. [CNN.com/Arabic Caroline FARAJ†- says they wanted to know what Jarrah did in Pakistan & if he was in Afghanistan.] [Senator Richard SHELBY - wonders if there was a "missed opportunity."] The CIA denials & gulf sources affirmations reviewed & discussed.

Reporter(s):
Brown, Aaron;
MacVicar, Sheila
Duration:
00:08:30

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