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Justice / Al-Arian Case / Barr Interview #730125

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jun 05, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The case in Tampa, Florida, of former college professor Sami Al-Arian††, who was charged with being the head of the North American division of the Palestinian group Islamic Jihad, reviewed.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with former Representative Bob Barr. [From Atlanta, BARR - outlines his opposition to the Patriot Act as part of a government rush to gather more evidence on more & more people in trying to identify terrorists; opposes "sneak & peek" provisions of the act & the business of using lower standards to gather information on US citizens; comments on Attorney General John Ashcroft's efforts to expand the Patriot Act & get the Defense Department involved in gathering evidence on American citizens; states mainstream communities are concerned about government powers.]

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Brown, Aaron
Duration:
00:07:40

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