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California / San Bernardino Shooting #1092775

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 08, 2015
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(Studio: John Berman; Washington: Pamela Brown) A report San Bernardino gunman Syed Farook plotted a terrorism attack in 2012 with another person, questions about when he was radicalized, the FBI active investigation of "this person," the questions about the couple pledging loyalty to ISIS discussed. [Former FBI agent Tim CLEMENTE - says Farook was off the radar until last week's attack & now everything in his life is being investigated.] [Former FBI asst. dir. Chris SWECKER - says this suggests Farook was a serious terrorist, so this will be a long-studied case.]
Berman, John;
Brown, Pamela

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