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Wed November 10, 2010

Warnings overlooked in case of American tied to Mumbai attacks

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David Headley, an American man known to U.S. authorities as a convicted drug dealer with ties to radical Muslims, was able to slip through the cracks to help plan the Mumbai hotel attacks of 2008. Steve Inskeep talks with Stephen Coll, head of the New America Foundation, about how it happened.

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