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Terrorism / Threat / Kallstrom Interview #761267

CNN Evening News for Monday, Aug 02, 2004
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(Studio: Daryn Kagan) Taped interview held with former New York state counterterrorism advisor James Kallstrom about the latest terrorism. [From Wilmington, Delaware, KALLSTROM - talks about the specificity of the locations of these threats & the security measures being taken; talks about the details in implementing the September 11 commission recommendations & the big nature of protecting the country when the borders & gateway airports are open in this free society.]

(Studio: Daryn Kagan) Report introduced.

(New York: Jason Bellini) Life in the slow lane in New York City due to the security following the terrorist threats examined; scenes shown of truck traffic at checkpoints. [Truck driver "NEIL", construction foreman Rob CHARLES†- comment on the slow movement.]

Kagan, Daryn;
Bellini, Jason

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