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Asteroid fighting laser bees, Al Qaeda mole fail, fluorescent gray breaks the stage

On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin goes over the anniversary of the 1993 first World Trade Center bombing, explaining how an FBI informant embedded in the group responsible for the attack didn’t prevent it from being carrying it out. She also discusses the revelation that the FBI had a mole embedded within Bin Laden’s leadership who could have prevented future terrorist attacks. Abby then speaks with BTS producer, Manuel Rapalo, about NASA’s discovery of 715 new planets in the galaxy, as well as a few other newsworthy space stories. BTS wraps up the show with an interview and performance with Media Roots Radio host and musical artist Robbie Martin, performing the song, “We Killed Kids on a Basketball Court.”

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