Description: NEWSFEED: 5/26/04 TERRORISTS, T/H AHMED CHALABI, OCEAN VIEW, HOUSES, MTNS, CAR DEALERSHIP, BEAR, DAD AND SON BIKE RIDING, GEESE;INT press conference, T/H male speaks on terror warning of seven members thought to be apart of al queda; INT journalist taking photographs, T/H male states that specific intelligence is important in stopping terrorism; INT T/H male states that there have been no terrorist attacks for thirty two months but the war on terror is not over; INT T/H male states that there will be a heightened threat to American soil, T/H male gives small biography on wanted terrorist; INT T/H male talks on the developing of new sources w/in intelligence communities, T/H speaks on public awareness; INT T/H male states that there is no specific origin of terrorist plan but that al-queida plans to attack u.s.; INT CU shot of most wanted posters, people in business suits standing in hallway, security guards conversing, photographers; DX EXT Canadian ship in harbor, Canadian flag on ship, father and son wearing helmets standing next to bikes feed geese; DX EXT little boy and father ride bikes lake in BG, geese walk across bike path, people in life jackets canoeing in lake; DX EXT crowded street full of peds, crosswalk, MS of walking legs, T/H secretary of general interpol on counterfeiting probe; INT T/H secretary of interpol on intellectual property crime, T/H British female on counterfeiting piracy, T/H ahmed chalabi; INT T/H chalabi states relations w/Iran are excellent, T/H female in 50's talks about bear climbing through window;INT T/H sergeant explains weight of bear that entered the house, night vision view of black bear eating; DX EXT woman in early 20's getting out of car PAN ocean, house on hill mtn in BG, woman dancing on beach, ocean view from bridge;DX EXT women in early 20's smiling into camera, ocean view, feet in sand, beach side houses, traffic stop, car dealership; DX EXT forest, backside of house, German shepard walking near house, closet full of clothes, parking garage;
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