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Terrorism / Buffalo 6 #728693

CNN Evening News for Monday, May 19, 2003
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(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Report introduced.

(Buffalo: Susan Candiotti) The guilty plea from the last of the so-called "Lackawanna Six" for supporting Al Qaeda featured; courtroom sketches by Ralph Sirianni† & photos of the six Yemeni-Americans shown; details given of statements from Mukhtar‡ al-Bakri†. [Assistant US attorney William HOCHUL†, US attorney Michael BATTLE†, FBI special agent in charge Peter AHEARN†- comment on the crime.] [Defense attorneys Rodney PERSONIUS†, Joe LaTONA†- say the men misunderstood their training & were not a sleeper cell.] [Al-Bakri's attorney John MOLLOY†- says al-Bakri was very scared after September 11.] The hunt for more men linked to this case noted.

Reporter(s):
Woodruff, Judy;
Candiotti, Susan
Duration:
00:03:40

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