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Britain / London Terrorism Attack #1111435

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jun 05, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The British identification of terrorists Khuram Butt†† & Rachid Redouane†† as two of the three London attackers reported; photos shown.

(London: Alex Marquardt) The backgrounds of the two terrorists who drove the van & went on a stabbing rampage & the police response to the attack reviewed; scenes shown from searched neighborhoods. [Neighbor Michael MIMBO†, MAN - talk about Butt & the van.] [Metropolitan police asst. cmsnr. Mark ROWLEY†- reads statement about the three men.] Butt's links to extremists but the lack of intelligence on a planned attack discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Marquardt, Alex

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