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Syria / ISIS Militants / American Jihadists / A Discussion #1070783

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 28, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Jim Sciutto) The background of the second American from Minnesota killed fighting for ISIS in Syria, along with American Douglas McCain, discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Minneapolis: Jason Carroll) The CNN interview with the mother of another American jihadist, Troy Kastigar†, killed a few years ago and was a friend of McCain, discussed. [Mother Julie BOADA†- talks about Troy's conversion, how the boys were manipulated.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Foundation for the Defense of Democracy Daveed Gartenstein-Ross† and former CIA/FBI official Philip Mudd about homegrown terrorism. [From Washington, GARTENSTEIN-ROSS†- talks about the Al-Shabab group's recruitment.] [From Memphis, MUDD - talks about the psychology of these kids who are looking for an answer.]

Reporter(s):
Jim, Anderson Cooper,;
Cooper, Anderson;
Carroll, Jason
Duration:
00:09:50

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