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Terrorism / Bombings / Rahami / A Discussion #1103044

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 20, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper Report introduced.

(New York: Jim Sciutto) More details about terrorism bomber Ahmad Rahami featured; surveillance video shown; details given about his father's allegation, his personal journal, his travels to Pakistan & Afghanistan, the explosive devices he built. [Father Mohammad RAHAMI†- says he put him in jail two years ago.] [NYPD commissioner James O'NEILL†- comments on the investigation into whether he had help.] What the FBI is saying about their investigation of Rahami discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Pamela Brown) What is known about wife Asia Rahami, whom he married in 2011, her return from the US, what is known about the screening of Rahami when he returned from his travels to high-risk areas discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with held with CNN's national security analysts Philip Mudd, Paul Cruickshank & Juliette Kayyem about this case. [MUDD, CRUICKSHANK, KAYYEM - offer views on the threat assessments of Rahami: you cannot investigate everyone, how he bought components on Ebay, the monitoring of purchases that might be used for bombs, whether anyone knew he was building a device, the evolution of terrorism as compared to 15 years ago.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Sciutto, Jim;
Brown, Pamela

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