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California / San Bernardino Shooting #1092648

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 04, 2015
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(San Bernardino: Anderson Cooper, Pamela Brown) The breaking news developments in the shooting rampage two days in San Bernardino, California, that the FBI is calling it a terrorism investigation with a myriad of factors, whether there is a connection to a former terrorism organization or self-radicalization involved discussed; Facebook photo shown of Tashfeen Malik, wife of Syed Farook.

(San Bernardino: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Evan Perez) A report on the couple modifying the long guns they used in the shooting, how the guns had been transferred to Farook, the investigation of broken cell phones discussed.

(San Bernardino: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Bob Baer, Peter Bergen & Chris Swecker about the latest news about whether the shooting & the terrorism link. [BAER - explains why this building was a perfect target, how well-planned was the attack.] [In Washington, BERGEN - speculates about the wife radicalized the husband.] [From North Carolina, SWECKER - says the FBI is investigating direct ties to an international terrorism organization; comments on the camera & other items found in the apartment.]

Reporter(s):
Pamela, Anderson Cooper,;
Cooper, Anderson;
Perez, Evan
Duration:
00:13:50

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