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CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 18, 2015
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(Studio: John Berman; San Bernardino: Paul Vercammen) President Obama's plan to briefly visit the relatives of the victims of the San Bernardino shooting three weeks ago & his latest message on terrorism discussed.

(Studio: John Berman) The terrorism charges against Enrique Marquez, friend of shooter Syed Farook, reviewed; details given about the Farook-Marquez relationship going back 10 years ago, the radicalization of Marquez, the two terrorism plots, the December shooting.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with George Washington University extremism program dir. Lorenzo Vidino, & CNN's Philip Mudd about Marquez & Farook & terrorism. [VIDINO - offers views on a mentor radicalizing Marquez; explains the difficulty of tracking "keyboard warriors" online.] [MUDD - comments on the problematic timeline of this terrorism event, how terrorists' mistakes lead to them being found out.]

Berman, John;
Vercammen, Paul

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