Vegas Mayor Denies Ignoring Terror Warning

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Federal law enforcement authorities in Detroit say Las Vegas officials valued tourism revenue over public safety by ignoring or keeping silent about signs that terrorists wanted to strike casinos, says the Las Vegas Review-Journal. Local authorities deny the charge. A year after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, the Justice Department obtained video surveillance tapes suggesting
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