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Terrorism / Bomb Plot #978755

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 01, 2010
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.

(Washington: Bob Orr) The investigation of the terrorism plot to blow up cargo planes examined; scenes shown of the bombs hidden inside printers likely sent by Al Qaeda in Yemen, the role of bomb maker Ibrahim al-Asiri, the use of PETN explosives with timers, the tips from former militant Jabir al-Fayfi† to the Saudis and from others and the shipping of some packages on passenger planes. [CBS national security analyst Juan ZARATE†- notes the sophistication of the bombs.] [British Home Secretary Theresa MAY†- says we have no information of another attack being imminent.] [TSA administrator John PISTOLE†- comments on stopping packages out of Yemen.] The likely targets being planes not synagogues in Chicago discussed.

Reporter(s):
Couric, Katie;
Orr, Bob
Duration:
00:03:00

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