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ISIS Crisis / Hostages / A Discussion #1078685

CNN Evening News for Friday, Feb 06, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with terrorism analyst Paul Cruickshank about a report that ISIS plans to take more western hostages. [CRUICKSHANK - says ISIS wants to snatch westerners from other Middle East countries.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former Representative Mike Rogers & military analyst Col. Rick Francona about the ISIS tactics. [ROGERS, FRANCONA - talk about the western hostages idea with kidnapping from Lebanon & Jordan, the cash business in taking westerners hostage from refugee camps.] [FRANCONA - questions ISIS credibility the American hostage {Kayla Mueller} was killed in an air strike; assesses the Jordan targeting.]

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