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Terrorism / Pakistan / Mohammed Arrest #722829

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Mar 02, 2003
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(Studio: Anthony Mason) Report introduced.

(Washington: Joie Chen) The significance of the capture in Pakistan of al Qaeda number three man Khalid Shaikh Mohammed† examined; scenes shown of the site where Mohammed was arrested; details given about the elusive Mohammed's links to terrorism, including the 1998 east Africa bombing, the USS Cole bombing & the kidnap/murder of "Wall Street Journal" reporter Daniel Pearl. [Former senior CIA official Milt BEARDON†- says this man is the one who puts ideas on paper.] [Representative Peter GOSS - says Mohammed is an evil man & we now have him.]

Mason, Anthony;
Chen, Joie

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