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Boston / Boston Police Commissioner / Imam Ibrahim Rahim / Usaamah Rahim #1153556

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 02, 2015
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Good evening Scott is on assignment I'm Charlie Rose. We begin tonight with a fatal shooting on the streets of Boston. The dead man was a terror suspect who had been under surveillance. The police say that when they attempted to question him today he came at them with a knife and they shot him. More now from homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues. This is the knife investigators say Usaamah Rahim [Usaama Rahim] brandished when confronted by FBI agents and Boston Police this morning two offi...
Reporter(s):
Jeff Pegues;Charlie Rose
Duration:
00:01:47

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