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Terrorism / Al Qaeda Threat / Financial Institutions #761299

NBC Evening News for Monday, Aug 02, 2004
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(Studio: Campbell Brown) Report introduced.

(Washington: Pete Williams) The information that led to the terror threat targeting financial institutions {listed} in the New York City area and Washington, DC, featured; details given of information obtained from the computer of an Al Qaeda operative captured in Pakistan. [Secretary of Homeland Security Tom RIDGE – affirms the reliability of the sources.] [Terrorism expert Sara DALY†- says the terrorists will continue this jihad until it is finished.]

(Studio: Campbell Brown) Report introduced.

(New York: Tom Costello) The reaction of workers at the targeted sites to the terror threat featured; scenes shown of security measures & Senator Charles Schumer greeting workers at the New York Stock Exchange. [New York Stock Exchange CEO John THAIN†- says we intend to keep the exchange functioning.] [2 New York City RESIDENTS – comment.] [Washington, DC, police department Chief Charles RAMSEY†- says we have to be vigilant & aware of any possibility.]

(Studio: Campbell Brown) First Lady Laura Bush shown having coffee with New York’s governor & mayor in the lobby of Citigroup’s headquarters.

Reporter(s):
Brown, Campbell;
Williams, Pete;
Costello, Tom
Duration:
00:04:40

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