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Terrorism / Al Qaeda / Chemical Weapons #708385

CBS Evening News for Monday, Aug 19, 2002
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(Studio: Dan Rather) CBS exclusive report introduced.

(Kabul: Tom Fenton) Al Qaeda terrorist training videotapes showing poison gas being used on dogs and bomb-making instructions featured; CBS exclusive tapes shown. [Anser Institute for Homeland Security director retired Col. Randy LARSEN†- says this looks like some sort of nerve agent.] [Terrorism expert Magnus RANSTROP†- says the tapes provide snapshots of what the organization is up to.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Pentagon: David Martin) The US military‚Äôs response to the terrorist training tapes featured. [In April, US Central Command commander Gen. Tommy FRANKS†- says there is no evidence of any experimentation actually turned into a weapon of mass destruction.]

Fenton, Tom;
Martin, David;
Rather, Dan

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