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Exploring the brotherly bond that was the title of another CNN segment on the bombers rife with -- cheesy photos of the dead one.
Seriously what is with CNN's obsession with beef cake bombers this Ted Turner have a that is for men -- ever last trunks.
Exploring the brotherly sponsored terrorists is like exploring the health benefits of cyanide or the calming effects of nerve gas.
Do you think it ever explore the mother's son bond of the lenses.
-- now with gun violence the media pre determined that guns are evil but when terror strikes the media humanize is that -- giving their defense lawyers a head start.
At a top defense lawyer is already there showing that it's way cooler to defend evil that have prosecuted.
CNN also -- to film called the reluctant fundamentalist.
About a man who changed after 9/11.
Not from the attack but from being profiled.
The implication is that profiling for potential terror is somehow know better than -- itself.
FYI there's no such thing as a reluctant.
Fundamentalist it is rare as a reluctance moon landing.
This contradiction in terms -- truth with -- relativism at its message profiling encourages terror.
Is deadly for it seeks to -- your desire to -- danger so rather than prevent attacks from Muslim supremacists.
Just -- Americans suffering in the context of global ills when you grieve over Boston a crank on MSNBC could say.
Now you know how Somalia feels.
That you get why so many -- refuse to call the bomber an enemy combatant.
If you just got to know I'm a little better you know he'd be a blast.
Dana welcome back to the program we missed you I guess -- to say that anyway.
Why is it what is with the constant cycle analysis.
Of bad people does it help.
Well it but it doesn't help us prevent it it.
For some people Mike psychologists -- if -- FBI.
Yes -- you're in -- CIA and you're trying to figure out what kind of person would do this to innocent people.
Cycle analysis could help but we have spent so much time worrying about the why.
That we are not focus on a more important -- questions which are then who else.
The when and -- how to prevent it from happening again and throughout this coverage it's somehow.
Is insinuate insinuated that it's our fault yet -- somehow we didn't help them assimilate best into American society that what could we have done differently to prevent them from.
I I think actually there's no way to explain evil and to just call it what it is and then deal with an appropriate that's -- I do with you.
I -- yes I get the feeling that the media when they're doing this -- is it's.
How subconsciously mapping out the defense -- but this is what that this is how the defense is -- -- their their mapping out the Alex Jones conspiracy theory really early.
Sixty minutes last week within a few days of the bombing.
Had friends of Joseph Hart yeah and -- saying oh he's a great guy never went to mosque if you knew me would love them they've got a girl saying.
I had a crush -- I mean they really started that ball right CNN again late to the game by about a week but.
But again what what what's with sympathy for the for the bad guys there is a 100% right.
Let's before we start venturing into that let's find out what he knows who knows who else he did it with where the money came from the so many questions and this constant playing.
Of the moms rants yeah all America how could you do this to me.
Enough battery to America didn't do anything TU ports are any good.
The screening -- -- my uncle less mama yet by the way you wanna see what happened to the mom let's do before and after picture before she became radicalized.
Say she actually look like she might have been fun to have sixty what he's been quarter -- the back -- -- Joan jett's bad.
It now I think this is what happens when you get radicalized Bob are you would have -- either want I want to talk about.
-- -- talk about congress and keep Al Alisyn.
He was on Meet the Press.
With Peter King yesterday and they were talking about profiling and things like that and I believe.
He made a comparison to the Japanese internment camps.
This rise -- attack for example that's that's active terrorism.
That doesn't come out of them Muslim community we -- that would have been a law enforcement resources to do is go after one community and remember we went after a community -- World War II.
And -- Japanese interment is this is a national stain on our on our country and we are still apologizing for.
Bob does that comparison hold or help.
Now I don't think it is holes or helps.
The Italian situation and didn't tell a different war that's Japanese war was to define for us we understood.
Who who had attacked this and it was very clear when -- the -- -- My problem with that is that it it wasn't for the fact.
That every terrorist act that has been committed against the United States either here or abroad -- -- the SS Cole and do it should have been done by -- I.
I've been accused of -- as you know from what I said about student visas it is not profiling when -- have.
A group of people constantly being the source of these attacks.
-- you gonna look first seems to me that's not profile and that's much more.
Usually the evidence that you have before you insane this -- you go first we're not -- -- lithuanians.
Yeah although who -- KG I want to play attorney general Eric Holder was -- -- any anti defamation league Centennial summit.
This is what he had to say about the tax.
Our investigation into this matter remains ongoing.
And I want to assure you and all Americans my colleagues and I are determined to hold -- The full system of the law all -- were responsible for this attack.
But I also want to make clear that just as we will pursue relentlessly anyone who would target.
Or attempt to terrorize our cities.
The Justice Department's firmly committed to protecting innocent people against misguided acts of retaliation.
Dana said that he cut tonight's figure I got -- -- -- -- relativism there the heat he says forget it.
Go after these guys but -- is a -- a blockage gets any kind of backlash.
How much backlash is there really.
Well listen I think he's completely misguided five in the first day he was in office and I think his -- his decisions his ideology has taken over at the Justice Department at.
I don't have that kind of thing I found this weekend I don't know the only nice thing I can say about Eric Holder is he agreed to pose for a picture with Eric -- again I thought -- Condit and I haven't been beaten up alive and -- what -- they always there's that much but anything I've ever done here's what he said that a picture is it.
Attorney general I think quick picture music -- you -- you wanted to at whatever on a post on FaceBook via Twitter.
He goes you're gonna lose a lot of followers and guess what I think I lost a lot of followers you know -- did and the picture with you by anybody -- take.
Actually can I mean I don't I have no problem with his message about that would you know going after people -- and and putting -- situations where there.
Arrested or -- or investigated and had nothing to do it but let's go back to the Japan -- for second.
Japan was a country in terrorist country we're talking about a religion here it's a much different situation the Japanese are not fighting.
Over the supremacy religion as the fundamentalists.
-- -- are.
And that I think is much different -- situation and the Japanese.
Did not have for example mosques or whatever they kind of -- that in the United States perpetuating this -- -- -- just outside jump back though but -- and hold -- -- you are committed to relentlessly pursue those who did it.
Well then don't read them their Miranda rights within -- 48 hour day number till then he goes on to apologize saying -- let's not.
Let's be careful for any sort of backlash that may happen if -- -- it -- to interrogate these guys but most importantly.
You wanna relentlessly pursue who did this for what you relentlessly -- who -- in -- I haven't heard a word of Ben Ghazi -- -- Ghazi in.
Three months -- -- nice place.
Also not relentlessly pursue and also we lost opportunities here in and that the piece by John you that we sent around his response was so much event -- that went on in the Bush Administration successfully.
Against the war on terror that this was a real loss an opportunity here -- make advancements in our national security.
But the -- that said this individual was treated and by the way by a -- a magistrate not even.
-- -- I'm putting judge this that this is so -- usual the -- this happened that they drop back guy in to this guy's hospital room.
A magistrate not elected not what you know somebody who can get that position I get that position tomorrow.
Okay and goes any gives and grant rights they should have stepped in and said now this -- how it's going to be done and are real opportunity was there at a loss to find out.
Who helped radicalize and where they get the money who's behind it and I don't believe it was just the two of -- and they even have the rest and have the tape but the mom -- it's the son of Antioch speaking.
The radicalization that when -- -- quote that's a -- try to follow along action this is from an ex girlfriend.
Do we have a here this is the ex girlfriend saying about when she was dating the dead guy one minute he's this -- normal -- -- like boxing and having fun.
The next he is praying four times a day watching Islamic videos.
And talking in saying that nonsense that was from Nadine -- and Seau.
What gave you the first clue that it might you know try to kill innocent people as.
He didn't have and that he was.
Taken in at at some point but not charged with domestic violence.
What we needed from him -- a mug shot -- -- Kelly Sheikh Mohamed from the 9/11 -- -- there was a mug shot of him where he looked a mess yeah and you looked evil in a bad there's also a sweet little one of him I hate when people in the media shows that picture of him as a sweet -- -- But that the mug shot picture actually helped to drive coverage.
And he -- had one given his history.
On holder can make one point -- mark -- and of the Washington Post -- American Enterprise Institute wrote a column today talking about how.
Remember after the Christmas bomber and they got a lot of criticism in the Obama administration for having read it.
Him -- -- Miranda rights.
A week later on Sunday shows Eric Holder says we are going to go forward and try to do some reform.
For Miranda rights congress held three -- four hearings and the effort just sputtered out.
The congress is a follow through and take him up on his offer former and a reform because maybe we wouldn't be in the situation we're in now they've done that.
You know the other thing I think colder when tougher -- as a percentage -- -- relentlessly pursue why the FBI blues from it seems to me that that if you gonna be in this battle.
You -- -- and it with the best fortune to have the best.
Agencies you have it fine if they got a problem why they did.
And he wants to take directions to times dialysis that and that seems to me to be one area I would shoot very aggressively.
I -- and then I I can understand where.
At the FBI you're just the -- you think that the Russians over exaggerate and over react when it comes to Chechens.
And so you may be discount it and we we don't have limitless numbers of people we can't be profiling -- -- -- -- giant -- understand.
How often do we get stuff from an -- -- yet.
-- Lot I think they got a lot from -- Cooperation.
You know that didn't -- -- that are right up next in --
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