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Special Live One-Hour Special On the Terrorist Disaster Crisis: L.A. Reaction
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Show 20152
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Loyola Marymount University, Department of Archives and Special Collections, William H. Hannon Library
California Revealed from Loyola Marymount University
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TOP STORY: SPECIAL LIVE ONE-HOUR SPECIAL ON THE TERRORIST DISASTER CRISIS - L.A. Reaction - Gay Yee reports on the security lockdown that has swept across Southern California. KCET talks to George Serniak, a veteran commercial pilot based in L.A. Next KCET talks to terrorism experts, Greg Treventon, of the Rand Corporation and Laurie Brand, USC Terrorism Expert. Live by telephone from Washington is Congressman David Dreier, (R) member of the House of Representatives from San Dimas. Also live by telephone from Washington is L.A. Co. Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky. Jim Hill reports on the worries local Muslims are facing in the wake of the attacks. KCET also talks to Rep. Henry Waxman (Democrat), from the 29th district.
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