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The War Room (Hagel, Shepperd, McCann Interviews-Part II) #724299

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 05, 2001
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion continued with Senator Chuck Hagel†, Crucible Security CEO Kelly McCann†, and retired US Air Force Maj. Gen. Don Shepperd† about the manhunt for Saudi terrorist Osama bin Laden in the caves around Tora Bora, Afghanistan; computer animation shown of a fortified cave network. [McCANN – cites the importance of eyewitness accounts in depicting the caves; explains the challenges of searching the caves.] [SHEPPERD – says flooding the caves with gas is not feasible.] [HAGEL - talks about using “tunnel rats” in the Cu Chi tunnels in Vietnam; says tunnels may be booby-trapped.]

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