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  • CALLAWAY: Yeah, I know the passport said the name Richard Reid, but that's all the information we have.

    CNN Transcript Dec 22, 2001

  • Now, the man described as 6-foot-4 tall, carrying a British passport with the name Richard Reid, a passport apparently issued in Belgium just three weeks ago.

    CNN Transcript Dec 22, 2001

  • And he squirms when the name Richard Reid is brought up because he has no answer for what the Bush/Cheney did on the shoe bomber case.

    Crooks and Liars

  • Six times, the man later identified as Richard Reid -- and universally called the "Shoe Bomber" -- had tried to ignite the wires with a match.

    June 2007

  • CNN's Kathleen Koch is outside the federal courthouse where the man known as Richard Reid is scheduled to appear.

    CNN Transcript Dec 24, 2001

  • Some of the most well-known terrorists of the past decade — "Shoe Bomber" Richard Reid, "Blind Sheik" Omar Abdel Rahman and the "20th Hijacker" Zacarias Moussaoui — are serving life sentences after being tried in Article III criminal courts.

    Civilian Courts Can Prosecute Terrorists

  • Indeed when he was first arrested there were suggestions that 'Richard Reid' must be a false name for someone so obviously non-white - the assumption being that he must be Middle-Eastern - though these were swiftly proved wrong.

    Making Light: Intelligence in, intelligence out

  • Mr. Chertoff said the program seeks to prevent another terrorist such as Richard Reid, a British citizen who attempted to blow up a plane with a bomb in his shoe, from boarding a plane.

    Visa Rules Win Cautious Support

  • He trained people in explosives, such as Richard Reid, the shoe bomber; A.med Ressam, who, in fact, plotted to blow up L.A. A.rport on millennium eve; as well as a host of other people.

    CNN Transcript Jan 19, 2006

  • And secondly, it's also a timely reminder that the airline industry faces a multi-dimensional threat, an ongoing threat from, say, hijackers, as happened on 9/11, from suicide bombers such as Richard Reid, and from even heat-seeking sand missiles as happened in Mombassa, Kenya, in November of 2002.

    CNN Transcript Jun 8, 2004

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