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Terrorism Review / A Discussion #1044806

CNN Evening News for Monday, May 27, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A bomb scare on the Brooklyn Bridge, the 10th arrest in the murder of a British soldier in London, the background of attacker Michael Adebolojo††, who had been kicked out of Kenya for terrorism ties, the search in France for the man who stabbed a soldier and an anti-Muslim backlash in Britain reviewed. Live discussion held with national security expert Fran Townsend about terrorism. [In studio, TOWNSEND - talks about the arrests in the London attack and the question about a larger group being involved in the London attack, the real problem with extremism in Britain; comments on the public attack in France.]
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