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(Studio: Carol Lin) The FBI investigation into HEAT, a Roswell, New Mexico, company which trains police, security and anti-terrorism companies, for possession of unregistered military missiles, featured; details given of charges against company president, Canadian David Hudak. [CNN law enforcement analyst Mike BROOKS- says it’s not illegal to own missiles if you have a need.]
(No location given: Ted Chernecki) The anti-terrorist training companies owned by David Hudak examined. [On tape, MAN – says we train counter-terrorists.] [In Vancouver, wife Leslie HUDAK- explains what their Canadian company, Hydro Cut, does.]
- Chernecki, Ted;
- Lin, Carol
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