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CNN Evening News for Sunday, Feb 15, 2015
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The gunman who opened fire in Copenhagen at that cafe was no stranger to police. The 22 year old man born in Denmark had a lengthy criminal past. Police say the shooter likely worked alone his motive possibly inspired by last month's Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris. So how do we respond to this new wave of terror attacks lone wolf offenders or loose networks of friends. Let me bring in our panel to discuss former CIA operative Bob Baer. Also with me again Paul Cruickshank co-author of Agent Storm...
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