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Terrorism / Bombings / Shootout / Rahami / A Discussion #1103022

CNN Evening News for Monday, Sep 19, 2016
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(New York: Anderson Cooper) The shooting of terrorism bombing suspect Ahmad Rahami† by police in New Jersey featured; cell phone video from the shooting area with audio of the shots played shown.

(New York: Anderson Cooper; Newark: Brynn Gingras) The status of the wounded police officers, Angel Padilla & Peter Hammer†, & of the wounded suspect discussed.

(New York: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Peter Bergen, Philip Mudd & Paul Cruickshank about the bombings. [CRUICKSHANK, BERGEN, MUDD - offer views on the components of the bomb, how Rahami fits into the homegrown terrorism profile of "ordinary Americans," his overseas travel, whether he may talk in a few days, the possibility of an overseas connection.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Gingras, Brynn

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