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Las Vegas, Nevada / Shooting Massacre / A Discussion #1116609

CNN Evening News for Monday, Oct 02, 2017
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(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's national security analyst Juliette Kayyem, former CIA official Philip Mudd & law enforcement analyst Jonathan Wackrow about the shooting {by Stephen Paddock} in Las Vegas; inset video shown. [MUDD, WACKROW, KAYYEM - offer views on the criminal investigation, the realities about the shooter's weaponry, the lack of facts about the man's life, the need to talk about access to weapons as a security issue, the shooter's background, the skepticism about facts & what his brother said, the issue of security at the concert, the response time of the police, future security measures in an open society, what were "pre-attack indicators," what the girlfriend might know & say.]
Reporter(s):
Berman, John
Duration:
00:09:30

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