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Terrorism / FBI Arrests #791477

ABC Evening News for Monday, May 30, 2005
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The arrest of two American citizens on charges of trying to help Al Qaeda noted.

(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The FBI's use of sting operations to go after terrorism suspects like Dr. Rafik Sabir† & martial arts expert Tarik Shah, who planned a holy war, featured; details given about what they planned to do to help terrorism & from a classified document on how aggressive the FBI has been in pursuit of those linked to Al Qaeda. [Former FBI agent/consultant Jack CLOONAN†- says law enforcement cannot let these people go; states the bureau is under great pressure.]

Gibson, Charles;
Thomas, Pierre

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