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International Terrorism / Greene-Cuspert Case #1110174

CNN Evening News for Monday, May 01, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(No location given: Drew Griffin) The story of a FBI translator Daniela Greene† who married the ISIS terrorist Abu Talha al-Almani†† {German rapper Denis Cuspert†} she was assigned to investigate in Syria presented; details given from the court documents about Greene's background, her travels to Syria in 2014 where she married the terrorist, told him about the FBI investigation & later wanted out & returned to the US went to prison. [Journalist Georg HEIL†- says he wanted to make Europe a battleground.] [Clemson University professor Alan GRUBB†- talks about Greene.] [CNN reporter Scott GLOVER - comments on this wild tale.] What the FBI is saying about the case & why Greene got a light prison sentence discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew

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