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Terrorism / London Train Bombings / Anniversary / Lessons #836758

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 07, 2006
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(Studio: Harry Smith) The memorial on the first anniversary of the bomb attack on the transit system in London, England, noted; scenes shown of people gathered in silence.

(FBI: Jim Stewart) Increased security measures in the US resulting from studying the London bombings outlined. [Washington, DC, transit police Chief Polly HANSON†- states the homegrown terrorists were a rude awakening.] [In November, 2005, New York police department detective Jason GOLDBERG†- comments on monitoring sales of hydrogen peroxide, which was used to make the London bombs.] [Los Angeles County sheriff’s department Commander Dan FINKELSTEIN†- says we have added surveillance cameras.]

Smith, Harry;
Stewart, Jim

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