Guardsman Accused of Trying to Aid al Qaeda
A National Guardsman has been arrested and accused of attempting to give U.S. military information to the al Qaeda terrorist network. Defense officials say Spc. Ryan G. Anderson, 26, offered intelligence in extremist chat rooms. Anderson, held at Fort Lewis in Washington state, will reportedly be charged with aiding the enemy. Hear NPR's Wendy Kaufman.
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