2. SOUNDBITE: (English) John Ashcroft, US Attorney General
"We are asking all non-US citizens who are present in the United States or who seek to enter our country to come forward to the FBI with any valuable information they have to aid in the war on terrorism. In return for this information, the Department of Justice will assist non-resident aliens in obtaining what are called S-visas which are available when the information provided is critical and reliable and the person is placed in danger as as result of sharing that information."
3. Wide of John Ashcroft
4. SOUNDBITE: (English) John Ashcroft, US Attorney General
"We need continued help from every responsible individual within our nation's borders. People who have information about terrorist activity must make a choice: either they will come forward to save American lives or they will remain silent against evil. The people who have the courage to make the right choice deserve to be welcomed as guests in our country and perhaps one day to become fellow citizens."
5. Graphic of Clayton Lee Waagner, on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list
6. SOUNDBITE: (English) John Ashcroft, US Attorney General
"Authorities received information over Thanksgiving that Waagner has claimed responsibility for sending over 280 letters purporting to contain anthrax to women's reproductive health clinic on the East coast in the second week of October. The second series of letters, also falsely claiming to contain anthrax, was sent to more than 270 clinics in the first week of November. The Department of Justice considers Waagner's threats and all anthrax hoaxes to be serious violations of federal law. Perpetrators of anthrax hoaxes and those who threaten abortion providers will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law."