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Anthrax Investigation / Hatfill #708115

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 15, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Washington: Kelli Arena) The FBI investigation into bioweapons researcher Dr. Steven Hatfill's possible role in the anthrax case featured; details given of the view that some of the anthrax letters may have been mailed from the Princeton, New Jersey, area. [Former FBI counterterrorism official Buck REVELL†- defends the investigation of Hatfill.] [Store manager Patricia EMERY†- says the block has been swarming with guys.] [Hatfill spokesman Patrick CLAWSON†- says Hatfill has been singled out & his constitutional rights have been trampled.] The commonalities of the other 20 people being looked at by the FBI discussed.

Arena, Kelli;
Brown, Aaron

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