Miami Takes International Terrorism Seriously While the Bush administration says the war in Iraq is a major front in the fight against international terrorism, Miami Police Chief John Timoney says the battle begins much closer to home.
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Miami Takes International Terrorism Seriously

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Miami Takes International Terrorism Seriously

Miami Takes International Terrorism Seriously

Miami Takes International Terrorism Seriously

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While the Bush administration says the war in Iraq is a major front in the fight against international terrorism, Miami Police Chief John Timoney says the battle begins much closer to home. Timoney speaks with Farai Chideya about what Miami is doing locally to fight terrorism globally.