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Syria / ISIS / Mohammed Emwazi / Muhammad #1148095

NBC Evening News for Friday, Feb 27, 2015
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We're getting a better picture tonight of the ISIS killer long referred to as Jihadi John now identified by name and the life he led before those hostage execution videos. He appeared in shocked the world. NBC is Keir Simmons has this report. The ISIS executioner now not only has a name he has a face. This is Mohammed Emwazi. Several years ago at London's University of Westminster and as a grade schooler in 1998 who wrote in his yearbook that he liked the Simpsons and playing PlayStation. His fa...
Reporter(s):
Keir Simmons
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00:01:46

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