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Bin Laden's biological threat
America deals with the threat of biological attack
Bin Laden's Biological Threat
Sunday 28 October 2001

An investigation into the realities behind the prospects of a terrorist strike using biological weapons.

Tom Mangold investigates how easily terrorists can acquire these weapons of mass destruction; whether they have the knowledge and the skills to turn them into weapons; how prepared and committed cities like London and New York are to deal with a threat; and, whether the fears of bio-terrorism are even justified?

Production Team:
Reporter Tom Mangold
Producer Mike Smith
Assistant Producers Andy Blackman, Richard Grange, Florence Rossignol & Rebecca Woodward
Associate Producer Jeff Goldberg

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