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NBC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 31, 2015
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(New York: Jonathan Dienst)The arrest of Emanuel Lutchman††, who was charged with plotting a New Year’s Eve terror attack in Rochester, New York, featured; Lutchman photos shown; details given about his connection to ISIS, his purchases at Walmart, and his criminal past. [MSA Security Dave VELAZQUEZ†- says there are threats that are current.] [Governor Andrew CUOMO†- says he became radicalized through the Internet.] [Voice of Lutchman’s grandmother Beverley CARRIDICE†- says he was lured into doing this.]

Snow, Kate;
Dienst, Jonathan

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