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Guardsman on Trial for Trying to Aid Al Qaeda
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Guardsman on Trial for Trying to Aid Al Qaeda

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Guardsman on Trial for Trying to Aid Al Qaeda

Guardsman on Trial for Trying to Aid Al Qaeda
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A court-martial begins for Spc. Ryan G. Anderson, a National Guardsman accused of attempting to pass U.S. secrets to al Qaeda. Prosecutors have videotape evidence and a star witness. The defense says the accused is mentally unstable and a victim of entrapment. Austin Jenkins reports.

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