Matthew Orwig

former US Attorney for Eastern District of Texas

Guest

Partner at Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal; former United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Texas, he also served on the Attorney General's Advisory Sub-Committee on Terrorism and National Security

Matthew Orwig on KCRW

After the horrors of September 11, President Bush said he would not
only attack terrorists but issue orders to shut down their financing. A
key front in this war was the  Holy Land…

Holy Land Foundation Escapes Conviction on Financing Terrorism

After the horrors of September 11, President Bush said he would not only attack terrorists but issue orders to shut down their financing. A key front in this war was the Holy Land…

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After the horrors of September11, President Bush said he would not only attack terrorists but issue orders to shut down their financing.

Holy Land Foundation Escapes Conviction on Financing Terrorism

After the horrors of September11, President Bush said he would not only attack terrorists but issue orders to shut down their financing.

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