FBI Makes an Arrest in a Case of Domestic Terrorism

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It is being called one of the most serious terrorist threats since 9/11. Najibullah Zazi, a 24-year¬old Afghan entered a plea of ‘not guilty’ this week to charges of conspiracy to use weapons of mass destruction. His arrest came amidst a number of other terror-related cases. How serious were these threats? Are the cases a result of improved law enforcement? What role did the Patriot Act play? Guest host Conan Nolan looks at the Justice Department’s arrest in a potential case of domestic terrorism. Also, the US and its allies talk to Iran about its nuclear program, and seismologists analyze several deadly earthquakes that have rocked different parts of the globe.

Banner image: Najibullah Zazi arrives at federal building in Denver, Colorado for a second day of questioning on September 17, 2009. Photo: Marc Piscotty/Getty Images



Conan Nolan


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