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Georgia / Bush's Security / Grenade Threat #790288

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, May 18, 2005
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The launching by the Secret Service & FBI of an international investigation into who may have been trying to harm President Bush during his stop in Georgia featured; details given about the hand grenade that was found & of the overall security concerns raised by the incident. [FBI legal attache Bryan PAARMANN†- says this act was a threat against the presidents of the US & Georgia.] [US Army special forces Maj. James GAVRILIS†- explains the "kill radius" of the grenade; outlines the issue about getting a grenade that close to a head of state.] [Former Secret Service agent Joe PETRO†- explains what "cover & evacuate" means.]

Gibson, Charles;
Thomas, Pierre

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