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New York, New York / Truck Terrorism Attack / A Discussion (Part II) #1117556

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 31, 2017
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(Lower Manhattan: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Lower Manhattan: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Shimon Prokupecz) The background of New York City terrorism suspect Sayfullo Saipov††, who left a note in English around the truck explaining his motivation for the truck attack, discussed.

(Lower Manhattan: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former FBI/CIA agent Philip Mudd, former FBI supervisory agent James Gagliano, reporter Michael Weiss & former CIA analyst Nada Bakos†† about the New York City truck terrorism attack; inset video of the attacker shown. [BAKOS, MUDD, GAGLIANO, WEISS - offer views on the suspect's connections to ISIS & the radicalization process, the significance of the note, the questions about his background of seven years in the US, the ISIS plans for if/when the caliphate collapses, what connections the suspect had in his communities.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Prokupecz, Shimon

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