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Pierre Kattar is an award-winning video producer for washingtonpost.com where he reports on local, national and international issues. He produces multimedia packages that include video, audio and 360-degree panoramas. His work has contributed to a Peabody, Scripps Howard Foundation award, Casey Journalism Center award, three RTNDA Edward R. Murrow awards, and two National Emmy nominations. He was recently named 2007 Editor of the Year by The White House News Photographers Association.
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Insurgent groups in Iraq and Afghanistan are using handheld video cameras to chronicle their operations, including the assembly and emplacement of roadside bombs targeting U.S. forces, to recruit and raise money. Ben Venzke, CEO of the counterterror intelligence group IntelCenter, explains the role of such video in insurgent movements.…
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When police recover a gun at a crime scene and want to know the last known owner, they send a trace request to the ATF's National Tracing Center in Martinsburg, W. Va. The center is an ever-growing repository of guns sales data from out of business dealers from across the country.
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The Firearms Examination Unit of the PG County Police (Md.) is a real-life CSI, complete with a bullet and shell recovery tank, comparative microscopes and a gun library of 1,300 crime guns. The lab's examiners were instrumental in linking the shell casings from the murder of Jerrod Falls to the Glock possessed by convicted felon Erik Dixon.…
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Jason McGuire left his house this morning near Beach Drive in Northwest D.C. to get to his job at his family's funeral parlor. But a fast-moving thunderstorm left downed trees and power lines in its wake and blocked his usual route to work. He decided to try his luck crossing a stretch of standing water. That's when things went wrong.…
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