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Britain / London Bombings / The Bomber #798836

CNN Evening News for Friday, Aug 05, 2005
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(Studio: Heidi Collins) Britain's charging of three suspects in the cases of the London bomb attacks noted.

(London: Nic Robertson) What a terrorist bomber thinks about presented; scenes shown of the experiment with a former IRA bomb maker who was a British government spy within the terrorist organization. [With voice disguised, former bomb MAKER - describes the bomb-making process & the London suicide bombs; states they want their bomb to kill & maim; shows how a package could be planted on an underground train.] [British Transport Police chief constable Ian JOHNSTON†- talks about bombs on trains.]

Reporter(s):
Collins, Heidi;
Robertson, Nic
Duration:
00:04:30

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