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Homeland Security / Kelly Interview #759273

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 05, 2004
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Washington: Kelli Arena) New precautions for homeland security featured; scenes shown of the police response to a mystery package in New York City; details given of intelligence reports of a strike before the elections & of the course of FBI investigations. [Former FBI counterterrorism official Ken PIERNICK†- explains the ease of using vehicle bombs.] [Council on American-Islamic Relations Nihad AWAD†- worries about racial profiling & scapegoating.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live in-studio interview held with New York City police commissioner Ray Kelly. [KELLY - says we rely on the federal agencies {CIA, FBI, DIA} to gather intelligence; says security for the Republican convention is a big operation during a time of big key sporting events around Labor day; outlines what areas will be closed during the convention sessions & how demonstrations will be handled; comments on the so-called "sleeper groups."]

Cooper, Anderson;
Arena, Kelli

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