Suicide News analyst Daniel Schorr says the case of suspected airline "shoe-bomber" Richard Reid is just another piece of evidence that this has become the year of the suicide bomber. He says Reid illustrates one of the biggest problems posed by the war on terrorism -- the difficulty of dealing with extremists who are willing to give up their lives for a cause.
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News analyst Daniel Schorr says the case of suspected airline "shoe-bomber" Richard Reid is just another piece of evidence that this has become the year of the suicide bomber. He says Reid illustrates one of the biggest problems posed by the war on terrorism — the difficulty of dealing with extremists who are willing to give up their lives for a cause.