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Canada / Terrorism / Ottawa Shooting / Bard Interview #1073510

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 23, 2014
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(Ottawa: Anderson Cooper) Yesterday's terrorism attacks at the National War Memorial & Parliament in Ottawa, Canada, by Michael Zehaf-Bibeau% introduced; several scenes shown of the shooting areas, the suspect, the car, the man running, the shooting before sergeant-at-arms Martin Vickers killed the shooter. [RMMP commissioner Bob PAULSON@- outlines what is known about the shooter.] [Community Imam Mohammed LAHLOU@- comments.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Deborah Feyerick) The shooter's psychiatric & drug problems, the status of his passport that was part of his motive discussed.

(Ottawa: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Canadian minister of foreign affairs John Bard about the shooting & the shooter. [BARD - outlines Canada's measures to control terrorism & the radicalization of citizens, how to keep Parliament safe, the heroism of the sergeant-at-arms.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Deborah, Anderson Cooper,
Duration:
00:09:00

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