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September 10th, 2009
09:56 AM ET

Spies Among Us: Black market bombs

Tomorrow is September 11 – an important time to ask tough questions like this one: Could terrorists get their hands on a weapon that could do even more damage and smuggle it into the US?

CNN's Paula Newton reports in part two of our special series, "Spies Among Us."

Filed under: Spies Among Us • Terrorism
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  1. Jon

    No chance. Not unless they want to get sick or die in the process of handling any nuclear material. The US has several "broken arrows" (lost nuclear bombs). The chances of anyone finding them are between nil and zero. If they did find them their batteries are long dead and barometers are long corroded. We are more at risk from rogue or mentally unstable pilots in the US Military or any pilot of a commercial airliner that flies into US airspace or flies within it.

    October 22, 2009 at 1:12 pm |