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Terrorism / Daschle vs. Bush / Hospitals / Kasi Execution #714452

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Nov 14, 2002
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(Studio: Dan Rather) The difference in opinion between President Bush, who insists the US has made tremendous progress in the war on terror, and Senator Tom Daschle presented. [DASCHLE – says we haven’t found Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden and that Al Qaeda is still a great threat; states that the administration is not doing enough.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Washington: Bob Orr) The recent warning signals that may be signs of a coming terror attack featured; details given about the FBI’s warning to hospitals that they could be targets and concerns that the execution of Pakistani Mir Aimal Kasi††, convicted of killing two CIA employees, could prompt retaliation. [FBI special agent Bob DOGUIM†- says the acts could be carried out by explosives or by anthrax.] [San Francisco General Hospital Ann STANGBY†- explains security measures in place.] [Attorney General John ASHCROFT, CIA director George TENET†, FBI director Robert MUELLER†, Senator Richard SHELBY†- warn against attacks.] [Rand Corp. Brian JENKINS†- says terrorists will attack where and when they can with whatever means they can mobilize.]

Rather, Dan;
Orr, Bob

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