Buffalo Detainees Denied Bail

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Yesterday, a federal judge said "common sense" prompted him to deny bail to five of the six men arrested near Buffalo, New York, for allegedly running an American al Qaeda cell in their suburban neighborhood. The sixth man was granted bail. He has been the most cooperative with investigators, and is now under house arrest. NPR's Jennifer Ludden reports.



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