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Terrorism / Shopping Malls #759980

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jul 03, 2004
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(Studio: Carol Lin) The FBI’s warning that terrorists might strike the US this 4th of July weekend noted.

(Atlanta, Georgia: Drew Griffin) Security measures at America’s shopping malls examined; details given about the vulnerability of malls and about the confusion caused by the Department of Homeland Security’s decision not to raise the alert level. [Security expert Ken PIERNICK†- comments on the subsiding of tension and vigilance after 9/11.] [International Council of Shopping Centers Malachy KAVANAGH†- cites data suggesting that consumers are willing to tolerate stricter security measures.] [Department of Homeland Security Robert LISCOUSKI†- says malls have stepped up to the plate.]

Lin, Carol;
Griffin, Drew

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