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Peru / Lima Hostage Crisis / The Raid / Taubert Interview #415622

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 23, 1997
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Interview held with former FBI agent Bob Taubert, who helped train the Peruvian police and military who carried out yesterday's raid on the Japanese diplomatic compound in Lima, Peru. [While video from the raid is shown, TAUBERT - assesses the tactics of the assault force; explains the training process, the troops' use of suppressed fire, the element of surprise, their exploitation of the terrorists' development of a routine and the concerns about the "Stockholm syndrome;" calls this training operation a fine piece of State Department foreign policy.]

Shaw, Bernard

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