CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 26, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Evan Perez) How the FBI found fingerprints & DNA evidence on the bomb packages with Sayoc's long arrest record, the five federal charges against Sayoc, the FBI concern about more packages out there with one to Senator Kamala Harris & to Tom Steyer discussed; scenes shown of the white van.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Ft. Lauderdale: Drew Griffin) The background of suspect Sayoc with many arrests, including bomb threats, discussed. [Restaurant manager Debra GUEREGIAN - talks about Sayoc having to work at night because of his van with all the pictures, how he had bad political views, but was a good worker.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Sayoc family attorney Ron Lowy about Sayoc. [LOWY - explains how he represented Sayoc on legal matters, how he had "identification issues" & emotional problems resulting in legal problems & his bomb threats, his refusal to get medical help; notes the family reaction to his arrest, why he was attracted to Trump, his claim of being a Seminole to create an identity, how the family should handle Cesar's legal defense.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(New York: Athena Jones) Sayoc's online criticism of the people he targeted, his pro-Republican messages & conspiracy theories as against Hillary Clinton & former President Obama, his Facebook & Twitter accounts in which he criticized political figures & CNN outlined.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former FBI agents Philip Mudd & Josh Campbell about Sayoc. [MUDD - offers views on Sayoc's tweets about himself, how guys like this are looking for validation.] [CAMPBELL - offers views on the commonality of the devices & of the targets, how the investigation of Sayoc & associates will be carried out.]
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