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Terrorism / 9/11 Commission / Report Card #810819

ABC Evening News for Monday, Dec 05, 2005
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) The new report from the bipartisan panel that published "The 9/11 Commission Report" that analyzed the failures that led to the September 11 terrorist attacks introduced; details given of the areas now getting "F" grades.

(White House: Martha Raddatz) The finger pointing for failing grades in homeland security examined; details given about problems with emergency communications that failed during Hurricane Katrina, with terrorist watchlists that have not been integrated & with risk assessment. [Commission chairman Thomas KEAN†- comments; calls the homeland security allocations "scandalous."] [International Assn. of Chiefs of Police president Chief Mary Ann VIVERETTE†, Commission vice chairman Lee HAMILTON†- speak to the communications problems.] [Homeland Security Council Frances TOWNSEND†- speaks to the terrorist names list.]

Reporter(s):
Vargas, Elizabeth;
Raddatz, Martha
Duration:
00:03:20

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