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Wednesday, December 26, 2001
Chemical Plants Feared as Targets:
"At least 123 plants each keep amounts of toxic chemicals that, if released, could form deadly vapor clouds that would put more than 1 million people in danger, according to an Environmental Protection Agency analysis. ...
Evidence of al Qaeda's interest in chemical attacks is well known -- copies of U.S. chemical trade publications were found in an Osama bin Laden hideout last week. But al Qaeda terrorists are not alone in considering attacks on chemical plants and refineries. Such plots have involved anti-government militia members in the United States and Chechen rebels in Russia.
Two years ago, the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force arrested two alleged militia members over a plot" near Sacramento. 11:08:22 AM
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