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Security Watch (Camp Mirror Image) #791126

CNN Evening News for Sunday, May 22, 2005
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Moyock, North Carolina: Tom Foreman) Camp Mirror Image, a training facility near Moyock, North Carolina, where American soldiers & law officers learn to think like radical Islamic terrorists, featured; scenes shown of trainees participating in staged attacks using weapons that fire paintball-like “simunition.” [Terrorism Research Center founder Matthew DEVOST†- says it is important to “know thy enemy” so you’re better prepared to defend against them; states we’ve studied terrorists’ documents.] [Instructor Walter PURDY†- notes people have been killed because they didn’t recognize where a threat came from.] [British anti-terrorism expert Andrew GARFIELD†- explains how terrorists achieve their goals and what motivates them.] [2 masked TRAINEES – comment on the war on terrorism.]

Reporter(s):
Lin, Carol;
Foreman, Tom
Duration:
00:07:30

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