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Terror Threat Info May Have Been Updated

Authorities have some evidence that suspected terror surveillance information on five financial buildings was looked at again and perhaps updated in January, a top homeland security official said Friday. Separately, President Bush defended the decision to issue terrorism warnings last weekend based on the information. James Loy, the deputy secretary of homeland security and No. 2 official at the agency, initially told The Associated Press that new surveillance photographs were taken in January of Prudential Financial Inc.’s headquarters in Newark, N.J., both interior and exterior, and were not simply old photographs that had been altered or otherwise updated. Full Story

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