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Ft. Hood, Texas / Shootings / The Victims / Hasan / A Discussion #952414

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 06, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Pictures of some of the victims in the massacre at the Army base in Ft. Hood, Texas, by Dr. Nidal Hasan shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with retired Army Gen. Barry McCaffrey & Army JAG attorney Thomas Kenniff† about red flags behind Hasan. [McCAFFREY - says this is a story that will get worse because it appears this will be seen as a domestic terrorism attack on soldiers in Army by someone giving off vibes of disloyalty; wonders who was exposed to Hasan's line of dangerous thinking.] [KENNIFF - talks about the importance of Muslims in the US military service; worries about the culture of political correctness in the military; comments on a security check on a major like Hasan before he was deployed.]

Cooper, Anderson

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