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Muslim World / Anti-American Protests #1031709

CBS Evening News for Friday, Sep 28, 2012
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: John Blackstone) The investigation of Mark Youseff†† {aka Nakoula Basseley Nakoula††}, who made the anti-Islam video that sparked riots across the Middle East, reviewed; courtroom sketches by Mona Edwards shown; details given about how the film trailer gained worldwide attention and the role of Morris Sedak†, who translated it into Arabic and sent it to Egyptian journalists. [Actress Lily DIONNE††- says she thought something was amiss.]

Pelley, Scott;
Blackstone, John

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