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Terrorism / Shoebat (Part II) #997536

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jul 14, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The case of Walid Shoebat†, a former Moslem turned Christian who gets paid to lecture and write about the dangers of Islam and terrorism, re-introduced.

(Studio: Drew Griffin) How Shoebat has turned hate speech into a career speaking about terrorism examined; details given from his tax records and the foundations. [In interview, SHOEBAT - speaks about his income, his FMSU charity, his expenses.] [Business manager Keith DAVIES - stammers about who is on Shoebat's board, his foundations; defends the legitimacy of the organization.] [South Dakota homeland security director Jim CARPENTER†- explains why Shoebat was brought into the state to speak.] A statement from the Department of Homeland Security about training programs quoted and how Shoebat got testy with CNN about doubting his story discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew

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