US antiterror tactics crimp new terror case (The Christian Science Monitor)




 
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US antiterror tactics crimp new terror case     (The Christian Science Monitor)
 
April 16th, 2007  
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Topic: US antiterror tactics crimp new terror case (The Christian Science Monitor)


US antiterror tactics crimp new terror case     (The Christian Science Monitor)
The Christian Science Monitor - When Jose Padilla was taken into custody at Chicago's O'Hare airport in 2002, government officials announced with great fanfare that he was plotting with Al Qaeda to detonate a radiological "dirty bomb" in a major US city.

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