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Britain / London Train Attack / A Discussion / Waters Interview #1116074

CNN Evening News for Friday, Sep 15, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; London: Matthew Chance) A "bucket" bomb explosion attack on the London train system in Britain with concern about another terrorism attack after with ISIS claiming responsibility with no evidence of that yet, the nature of this "ambitious" bomb discussed; scenes & photos shown of the subway car & from the tracks.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's terrorism analyst Paul Cruickshank & former Representative Mike Rogers about the terrorism bombing. [CRUICKSHANK - offer views on how this was a dud bomb that might have gone off prematurely, the extensive surveillance video in Britain, the military presence to assist police.] [ROGERS - offer views on the problems with the bomb indicating a lone wolf terrorist, the technical problems in tracking videos, what raising the threat level means, on President Trump's tweet that was not helpful.] Other material: [British Prime Minister Theresa MAY - says the national threat level has been raised to critical.] The tweet from President Trump quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) An earlier interview held with New York City NYPD counterrrorism bureau Chief James Waters about city security after London bombing. [WATERS†- explains increasing the security measures based on information from our partners in Britain as with what is learned about the bombing, the need for a balance between security & privacy, the rationale for security measures, the message for New Yorkers.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Chance, Matthew
Duration:
00:14:50

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