Family Bonds Strengthen Terrorism Networks The wives of two men tied to the Jemaah Islamiyah terrorist network in Southeast Asia remain supportive in the face of evidence that their husbands plotted and executed terrible crimes -- in one case the bombing of a Bali nightclub in which more than 200 people died. Kelly McEvers reports from Indonesia.
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Family Bonds Strengthen Terrorism Networks

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Family Bonds Strengthen Terrorism Networks

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The wives of two men tied to the Jemaah Islamiyah terrorist network in Southeast Asia remain supportive in the face of evidence that their husbands plotted and executed terrible crimes — in one case the bombing of a Bali nightclub in which more than 200 people died. Kelly McEvers reports from Indonesia.