Western Union: Where the Money Is -- in Small Bills

How do far-flung cells of terrorists move cash around the globe? Often, it's as simple as a stroll to the corner store

In the three days preceding September 11, four separate payments were sent to the United Arab Emirates by the alleged hijackers. All four were made through Western Union Financial Services Inc. agents in the U.S., according to law enforcement officials.

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