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Forty-nine people are dead, along with the shooter, and at least five are in grave condition, as the White House, the FBI and all Americans try to understand Sunday's early morning events in Orlando. The Pulse club, a well-known gathering spot for the LGBT community, was attacked by a gunman, who'd been investigated for radicalism two years ago. The FBI has told the President that the shooter acted alone. But was he "radicalized" by the Internet propaganda posted by the Islamic State? We hear about the shooter — and his victims — as well as the ongoing investigation. We also hear the very different reactions of presidential candidates Clinton and Trump.

 

Photo: Steve Nesius/Reuters

Inside Terrorism

Bruce Hoffman

Guests:
Rukmini Callimachi, New York Times, @rcallimachi
Bruce Hoffman, Georgetown University, @hoffman_bruce
Noah Michelson, Huffington Post, @noahmichelson
Muhammad Musri, Islamic Society of Central Florida / American Islam, @ImamMMusri
Anne Gearan, Washington Post, @agearan

More:
Callimachi on Orlando suspect as long wolf, ISIS fighter
New York Times on Orlando massacre, FBI’s investigation of suspect
President Obama on the Orlando shooting
Huffington Post on the Orlando shooting victims
Gearan on Clinton and Trump, their very differnent reactions to Orlando shootings

Producers:
Evan George
Paul von Zielbauer
Andrea Brody
Katie Cooper
Sasa Woodruff
Jenny Hamel

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