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California / San Bernardino Shooting #1092621

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 03, 2015
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(San Bernardino: Anderson Cooper) The investigation into yesterday's shooting in San Bernardino, California, by a married couple, Syed Farook & Tashfeen Malik, who had pipe bombs in their home, reviewed; photo of their bombs & video of their shot-up car shown; details given about Farook's perhaps-terrorism contacts. [Police Chief Jarrod BARGUAN@- comments on the car shooting, their weaponry, how much they shot.]

(San Bernardino: Anderson Cooper, Pamela Brown) The perplexing nature of this shooting case that could be terrorism & workplace violence by two people not on the FBI radar with no indication of a motive, Farook's trip to Saudi Arabia discussed.

(San Bernardino: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Bob Baer & Paul Cruickshank & law enforcement analyst Art Roderick about the shooting. [RODERICK - comments on the classic signs of this being terrorism.] [From Colorado, BAER - calls it an act of terrorism, not workplace violence; analyzes the pipe bombs.] [CRUICKSHANK - talks about the bombs/detonators.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Pamela, Anderson Cooper,

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