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Austin, Texas / Serial Bombings #1122174

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 20, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) An early unconfirmed report of a new explosion in Austin, Texas, after an explosion at a FedEx site & the different kinds of earlier bombings discussed; scenes from the FedEx facility & from the new site with map of the prior explosions shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former FBI agent Tom Fuentes & James Gagiiano about the Austin bombing. [GAGLIANO - offers views on a bomber's signature, why this is worse than the Unabomber because of the number of devices in a shorter time.] [FUENTES - offers views on past bombings directed at law enforcement., the Unabomber's tactics.]

Cooper, Anderson

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