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Terrorism / Package Bombs / A Discussion (Part II) #1131528

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 25, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A look at the Opa-Locka postal facility in Florida through which the pipe bomb devices likely went shown. Live discussion continued with former NYPD police Michael O'Neil, former CIA official Philip Mudd & former FBI agent Asha Rangappa about the bomb investigation. [O'NEIL, MUDD, RANGAPPA - offer views on possible trace evidence on the devices, the course of this kind of investigation, what will be looked at by the FBI at the postal facility, DNA evidence, the bomb components that can be traced back to stores: a signature device, the availability of parts & pipe bomb instructions online.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) An update on what is going on at the CNN headquarters at the Time Warner Center in New York City with more suspicious packages noted.

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