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country. that's a big issue that really divides many of the candidates on the campaign trail. >> sunlen serfaty, thank you. that's it for me. i'm wolf blitzer in "the situation room." the cnn's coverage of the paris attacks continues right now with erin burnett "outfront." >> good evening and welcome to our viewers in the united states and around the world tonight. i'm erin burnett reporting live from paris. we begin with the breaking news, a chilling new video from isis threatening new york city. the video showing a man making a suicide bomb, strapping it to his body. it also shows scenes of times square, among other popular tourist destinations. this comes as french forces stormed an apartment building in the early morning hours today. they were targeting the reported master minds of the paris terror attacks. a vicious fire fight between security forces and suspected
terrorists inside. we want to show you exclusive video that i obtained from a man who lives near the scene of the raid this morning. we'll see much more in a couple of moments. 5,000 explosives taking out an entire floor. two terrorists killed including a woman who killed herself up and eight suspects arrested. i was in saint-denis where the raid took places and spoke to some people who said they saw the mastermind abdelhamid abaaoud in the area as early as this morning. let's get to jim sciutto with the latest. let's start with this new isis threat coming out today. and what are your sources telling you? >> we've taken a close look at the video and talked to the new york police department. you look at some of these images and they are not new. they previously aired in an isis rap video that showed this man putting a bomb under his jacket and then had he added pictures
of new york city and updated it with comments from francois hollande. it's, in effect, an updated video but the threat is something that we know that officials take seriously. many of the issues, these images are not new. >> right. someone didn't actually go on the street in new york city and film this video? >> that's exactly right. you look at some of the images and they appear to be stock images. that said, the nypd knows there's no credible or specific threat. that said, they know that new york is a target of isis, just like washington is, and we had the threat just 48 hours ago to washington. so it's something that they do take seriously. >> and certainly now that we know they have the ambition and they have shown in paris that they have the capability. what are you learning from intelligence sources about what led investigators to this apartment, this raid? >> they intercepted a phone call from this apartment, a phone call made, they believe, by a woman, a cousin of the alleged ringleader of this, abdelhamid
abaaoud, which is interesting because you and i have talked many times about how u.s./european counter intelligence officials say they have gone off the radar. they are going dark, et cetera. in this case, they think the circumstances may be that they were nervous. there's a lot of police presence. they may have been trying to warn of something to come. regardless, intercepted communications. they put this apartment under surveillance and then they go in because they felt that there was an attack that was imminent. >> one of the things that surprised me from witnesses today, many say that they knew abaaoud was there. they did not choose to contact authorities themselves. some are illegal immigrants and they have their reason for that fear. >> french authorities did believe that he was there. they at least had hope. they had some indication, partly because the cousin was there and i'll say they are still doing dna testing tonight. that possibility is still out there. >> he could be among the dead.
we don't know from the dna testing yet. the early-morning siege in the suburb of saint-denis lasted about an hour, in terms of the raid itself. earlier i went to the neighborhood where the raid took place and spoke to witnesses who found themselves in the middle of a chaotic and deadly scene. [ gunfire ] >> reporter: early wednesday morning, 4:10 a.m., a massive assault targeting the reported ringleader of the paris attacks, abd abdelhamid abaaoud. french authorities bursting into two apartments in a paris suburb. about 20 minutes after the raid began, police shout to a woman. >> come out! >> reporter: seconds later, a loud explosion. this believed to be the moment the woman blows herself up with a suicide belt. we obtained this exclusive video of the raid. the man who filmed it here
illegally in this immigrant neighborhood asked that we not show his face. >> translator: i heard a noise like a grenade. they must have thrown a grenade and finally after five or ten minutes there were cops, the police, they were running, running, running. the explosions, the firing of guns and it kept going. >> reporter: from inside the building, more gunfire. another explosion. police shooting 5,000 bullets. phone communications picked up late tuesday led to the raid. authorities say those phone calls indicating the woman was in the apartment. neighbors tell me she arrived in the neighborhood just last night. almost an hour later, the gun battle still raging. the fire as intense as a war zone. one whole floor almost collapsing. outside, huge cracks, craters marking the building. witnesses who i spoke with say they believe abaaoud was in the apartment this morning. they say he left for this nearby mosque and arrived early for
4:30 a.m. prayers. they don't know if he's dead or alive now. 11:46 a.m., a government spokeswoman announces that the raid is over. two suspected terrorists are dead. eight detained. >> translator: i'm not in a position, therefore, to give you precise, definite answers and identities of the people who died. >> reporter: officials say the raid happened right on time. saying the terrorists were about to launch another major attack in paris. i ran in to former mayor of saint-denis outside of the location today and said he's not surprised that the terrorists sought refuge in his town. >> translator: unfortunatelily, we have at the center of this town a number of buildings, of dwellings and they are owned by people who are not necessarily attentive to who their apartments are rented to and it's possible that one of the renters may have participated closely or loosely to what
happened last friday night. >> i want to bring in nic robertson now who is live outside of the apartment building where the raid took place in saint-denis. everybody would rush to what was going on and now you are still seeing so much police action. >> reporter: erin, to bring you up to speed with what is happening, we heard the prosecutor talking about the damage. you saw the damage when you were here as well. there's a team of police and i'll step out of the way so you can look down the street. it's down there on the left. you can semen in these white forensic suits at the site. they were coming and going in and out of the that building, taking debris out of that. the constant sound of building work is going on here. the police say this operation, this clean-up operation, this forensic operation down here
could last for another 24 hours. the whole area is still sealed off. local residents, if they want to get in, have to show the police their papers and they are escorted out if they want to leave again. the key is, as we heard the prosecutor earlier say, to get in and get the dna evidence to find out whether or not abaaoud was in this building and whether or not he was killed, they will do that through dna forensic analysis. one of the local residents here a while ago did show me a photograph that matched the outside street down here, showed me a photograph of what he said was the aftermath of that suicide bomber, the female suicide bomber blowing herself up. three police officers looking at part of the body of this female suicide bomber. so that part of the dna testing
should be relatively straightforward for the police here and the real question is who is that other body inside there. that work is still going on, erin. >> nic robertson, thank you very much in saint-denis. joining me is paul cruickshank and clarissa ward. abaaoud, the mastermind, they say, the ringleader behind the attacks here in paris, also the recent attacks on the train and also other attempted attacks, is he alive or dead, do they think? >> i don't know. these body remains are absolutely mangled and so there's dna testing which is going on right now. and they are trying to get those answers and when they have those answers, i'm sure they will be briefing the public. this will be a huge concern to the french public that the ringleader has been neutralized because it would be a nightmare
scenario that perhaps he got away with perhaps some other accomplices and to try to plot more terror here this week in france. erin? >> clarissa, you were there. you heard part of this. this wasn't just -- it went down quickly -- it went on for hours and hours. >> it went on for seven hours. our colleague atika shubert was there from very early in the morning as the grenades and explosions were going off. police were rushing a church and banging down the door. it wasn't clear what was inside the church and then we were actually able to get up on a rooftop where we could see the back of the apartment building and it was incredible to see all of the windows had been blown out. the entire wall was pock marked with heavy munitions and we could see forensic experts combing through the entire apartment, looking for dna, looking for any clues as to who was killed and who may have spent time there. >> and part of the rush here,
paul, was they felt they couldn't wait. obviously they were afraid he would flee if he was there but because they thought another attack might be imminent. >> absolutely right. the concern was that this was wave two of the paris attacks. you had the first wave on friday with a complex, coordinated simultaneous attack. we all saw that play out in paris. the world was shocked by it. but now with all of the world's media five days later congregated in paris, these people that appear to be ready to go to launch phase two of this terrorist atrocity and obviously a lot of concern still that there could be other teams still out there, a third team, you know, i think that's a real possibility given the stunning developments, erin, of this week. >> we're seeing so many more people, though. at first it was the seven or maybe it was eight attackers in paris. now all of a sudden when they read they get what they say is
the ringleader, perhaps, and then another eight people in custody. >> and just yesterday, we were talking about abaaoud being in syria. we were hearing that french and coalition forces have been trying to target him with air strikes inside isis territory. so we're seeing, within a very short space of time, that a lot of information is changing. the situation is very, very fluid. it's developing. and people in paris are really deeply concerned. because as you said, it's growing by the minute. the network keeps expanding and people are fearful there could be more attacks on the way. >> and there is concern that salah abdeslam is still on the run. >> they have sort of traced him coming in to belgium. they don't know whether he actually got to brussels. they don't know where in belgium he is. the trace was lost as he was crossing from the french side into the belgium side. he could be just about anywhere right now. a lot of concern about him.
also, just a lot of concern that isis is coordinating a rolling series of attacks. i was talking to official tuesday day and they say the intelligence suggests that these french and isis foreign fighters are climbing up the hierarchy and recruiting fresh recruits coming and giving them very quick training and sending them back and they want to have a very fast temper of attacks against france but also on the western countries targeting isis and syria. >> this is a propaganda dream for them, erin. it's the most powerful recruitment that they have, these kinds of attacks. >> it is. thank you both very much. the apparent ringleader of the attacks, how did he go from a petty crook, a criminal, to a key figure that could inspire others to die? plus, five syrians detained in honduras with fake passports. police say that they were headed to the united states. and a female suicide bomber blowing herself up, part of
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building. >> reporter: gunfire and explosions marked the start of the dawn raid by french police. the latest developments in the investigation into last week's terror attack in paris. security service officials were tracking abdelhamid abaaoud, the suspected mastermind behind the atrocities. they believe that the belgian national drafltraveled to syria 2014 and began close ties with abu bakr baghdadi. he is said to have been hunted by western powers. i asked u.s. secretary of state john kerry about that when he visited paris this week. can you confirm for us news of one of the terrorists suspected in this attack, abdelhamid abaaoud. there are reports that france
and other allies wanted to target him, sought to kill him in syria. he is apparently a top-level belgian citizen isis member. >> i can confirm that he's an isis member in top level but i can't confirm whether he was targeted in it. >> reporter: earlier this year, in january, belgian commandos raided a home and the ensuing ten-minute gunfight left two terrorists dead and another in custody. inside, commandos found weapons, fake travel documents and precursor chemicals to make tatp, the same explosives used in the paris attacks. according to security services, a ten-member terror cell led by abaaoud was in the final stages of planning a major terrorist attack in belgium. counterterrorism officials believe that he was in contact with three of the fighters via cell phone calls which were traced to greece. in february this year, the isis
online magazine "dabiq" claimed to conduct an interview with abaaoud in which he boasted about being able to enter europe and return to syria at will, saying, quote, my name and picture were all over the news but i was able to stay in their homeland, plan operations against them and leave safely. senior belgian counterterrorism officials said it was possible that he was able to return to syria from greece. hearing nothing from him after he traveled to syria, officials believed he had faked his own death so that co-easily travel to and from europe to coordinate the belgian plot. a tactic, they believe, freed him to plan and execute the atrocities that left more than 100 dead and hundreds more injured in paris. christiane amanpour, cnn, paris. >> and back with me now, paul
cruickshank and cedric layton. paul, you've seen videos of abaaoud, that he's a sadist. >> he speaks in the camera and says, "i am joyed when i see the blood of infidels the westerners spilled." martyrism is what we all need to go after. the muslim who is are not coming to join us here, they are cowards, they are a disgrace, they all need to come and help us. they need to come back and they need to launch attacks against the west. so this is somebody with a deep animosity against anybody who doesn't share his barbarist world view. there's video of him driving the corpses of several deceased free syria army officers across the desert in syria and there's another video which frankly
which is too horrific to even describe on air. >> it is horrific to hear this, colonel. and it's also frightening. it seems that -- complacency may not be the right word but they are sort of touching on the right feeling in europe amongst officials and intelligent authorities that these young men are off doing this but it won't come here or they will grow out of it and there wasn't a belief. >> there is a reality to appreciate what these people are doing and the fact that they are sadistic, that they want to, in essence, achieve this apocalypse, is really something that is not being recognized by institutions that weren't built to recognize these kinds of things and that's the danger. >> it's frightening, yesterday when i talked to the brother of salah abdeslam, his brother detonated himself on friday night, he said other young men
in his neighborhood had all gone to syria, that they are there now. so he knows them and perhaps was in this raid and we don't know yet but the people say they saw them. they didn't call. they didn't call to tell police, at least the one i spoke to admitted that they didn't. what does that say? >> i think, first of all, you're talking about very significant information, erin. because if he ended up not being at that residence during the raid, it's perhaps because he left early in the morning to go to very early morning prayers or to run some kind offer rand. he may have gotten lucky and may have gotten away. i think the fact that his female cousin was there, she had a suicide vest on, highly suggestive that he would have been there as well because, you know, if you're not moving in the circles, you have a male relative looking after you and so it's highly suggestive that he would have been there at some
point. he may have slipped away and remember back in january he was in greece. there was an international dragnet, the belgians brought the cia in because he had been involved in that major plot. he's a very, very slippery figure and somebody with this history of criminality, of petty crime and knows how to evade security services. >> thank you both very much. and "outfront" next, isis threatening new york city with a new video preparing to attack popular tourist destinations throughout the city. what we're learning about that threat tonight. and in today's raid, a woman detonates her suicide vest blowing herself up. she's believed to be the first female suicide bomber ever in western europe. are women the new weapon for isis? amerivest selects the funds and manages your portfolio. is it run by robots? no no, you can talk to a person anytime. 'cause i don't trust robots. right...well, if the portfolio you're invested in doesn't
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stories. two dead and eight under arrest after a big raid this morning. the question is whether the suspected ringleader is alive or dead. there is dna testing being conducted it to determine whether abdelhamid abaaoud was killed or whether he's on the run tonight. isis vows to attack new york city. the nypd will increase its security throughout that city. deborah feyerick is joining us. what did your sources tell us? >> reporter: i showed those pictures to an expert who broke it down with me. with a picture that we are showing, that's the inside of a suicide belt and in the video there are obviously many more pictures that are there. you see the man wrapping up that device but analyzing it, it's a detonat detonator cord linked to
explosives. there are bee bees that have been compacted and what that means, according to this bomb expert, clearly this is a device that will not only kill the person that detonates it but because of the bbs inside, the shrapnel effect, it will injure many near it. it's a big threat to new york and the fact that they are showing their methodology, that they plan to do this by a suicide bomb, this is only a threat. the police department has tamped down on it saying we have been a target, we will always be a target so we have to be prepared for that. but clearly they are taking this very seriously because of the season, because of the holidays and the number of crowds and tourists. so they are looking at this. >> and there is more breaking news this evening. thanks to you, deb.
five syrian men detained in honduras with fake passports. their final destination was believed to be the united states. now, this is according to honduras police. evan perez is "outfront." evan, this is a pretty stunning story. i think a lot of americans sit back when they hear this. what are your sources telling you? >> erin, this is a concerning story. the authorities said that these five men went through five countries before they even got to honduras, including going through lebanon, turkey and through south america before they ended up in costa rica by the capital there and their plan was to head north to san pedro. this is part of a larger trend going on around the world of migrants and just earlier this week, police in st. martin, the dutch part of the caribbean islands, they arrested three
people of syrian descent carrying greece fake passports. they passed that information to u.s. law enforcement. what i'm told is happening is the suz tryiu.s. is trying to p information with access to database of false documents, including passports, stuff that they can also get from interpol and they are trying to get these countries to do more to try to prevent people from flowing through those countries and ending up in the united states. a top concern is the type of thing that we saw in paris, where people might have been using fake documents to be able to move back and forth between syria and belgium and france. that's a big concern for the fbi, for u.s. law enforcement and this is something that they say is happening around the world. erin? >> happening around the world. evan perez, thank you. i want to go straight to the republican senator from idaho, a member of the intelligence committee, jim rusch. thank you for being with me.
let me start with this isis video released a short time ago threatening to attack new york city. earlier the group threatened to target the nation's capital. is this just talk or should americans truly be concerned? >> well, they always take these sorts of things seriously. don't forget, this is all over the internet. this is not something new or shockingly new. they want to get us here, there's no question about it. they are shaking their fists at us and they are promising they are going to do it. it needs to be taken seriously but it really isn't a new threat. it's them merely expressing what they have stated is their intent for some time. >> and you just wrapped up your latest information on the paris attacks. some of the information is classified but what can you share with a very concerned public around the world? >> well, i think that probably as much coverage has been on this over the last couple of
days, there really isn't much new right now. there are pending questions and that is what these dna results are going to show us. also, the travel patterns of the people involved. >> right. >> those things are pending. but there isn't a lot of news right now. i think probably very troubling is the fact that we went from the attack that happened to the raid that happened earlier this morning in paris. if they were going to do those two closely that back to back, that should be very concerning for people in the city of new york city. >> do you know anything, senator, about what they were planning? i know what the authorities are saying, that there is something imminent, that they were planning to do something. do you know what that was and how imminent it might have been? >> you know, we have some ideas but, erin, that's up to the french to release that and i suspect you'll be seeing that in the next 24 hours of what they
believe they had in mind. they obviously had something in mind. they were heavily armed and resisted heavily when the police tried to arrest them. >> senator, you also have heard our report, the five syrian men suspected of trying to reach the united states with fake passports. syrian refugee in france told me earlier this week, you can get a passport virtually in any name you want, 750 bucks, you get it. you just change the face. any name you want. it's terrifying that it went from nobody hearing about these sorts of issues to all of a sudden you have people trying to sneak in to the united states, people coming in to france. all of a sudden it seems like it's everywhere and it went from being nowhere to everywhere. that's pretty frightening. was everyone just not aware of the problem? >> it is very troubling. if this had happened a month ago, probably wouldn't have made the news. but when you have five syrians carrying false passports, attempting to make their way to the united states, which they clearly were by the path that
they were taking, one has to wonder whether or not they are part of a sleeper cell that they are trying to apply here in the united states. it could have been for a very innocent purpose or semi-innocent purpose where they were just trying to come here to live in the united states. but it's very, very suspicious and i can tell that you the intelligence committee is drilling down on these five right now deeply. >> but as you said, they don't yet know at this time anything about motive or what they were trying to do, from your understanding, in your briefings? >> that is absolutely correct. however, if you take all of the circumstantial evidence around this, the subjective evidence and, most importantly, the timing needs to be looked at and it needs to be looked at very, very seriously. so far they have not used the southern path to enter our very porous southern border. they have not done that in the past. >> right. >> this was clearly an attempt
to do this by five syrians and what they had in mind after they got here, that remains to be seen. >> all right. thank you very much, senator, very sobering. recently a middle eastern leader was talking and said that he thought that if he was isis, concerned about isis, the way to come in would be the united states' southern border and now we see somebody trying to do just that. "outfront" next, the woman believed to be the first suicide bomber in western europe. police getting to her just in time this morning. why women are the new weapon of choice for isis. and from the boston bombers to the "charlie hebdo" shooters and now in the paris attack, families banding together to wage terror, brothers. our special report coming up. people don't have to think about
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an 18-year-old girl also strapped on a suicide belt, pushed past a security guard and blew herself up inside a jerusalem supermarket killing the guard and israeli teenage girl. >> when we often think about female suicide bombers, we think of the black widows, the widows of chechen fighters. >> reporter: in russia, chechen women have blown themselves up to avenge their husbands' deaths. female attackers did not detonate the suicide belts but wore them. several dozen western women from europe and the u.s. have either attempted or succeeded in reaching isis in syria or iraq. perhaps the most famous, a girlfriend of paris gunman amend coulibaly who attacked a store
in paris. she traveled to turkey before crossing in to syria to join the terror group. and clearly the big concern is that she will return to europe to carry out an attack on her own, which would send a very strong message. isis has been trying to recruit women mostly to join the caliphate. but now it appears that they are also recruiting them in the actual fight. erin? >> deb, thank you very much. o"outfront" next, a special report on why families are banding together to terrorize. and the first images of the chaotic scene inside a hospital after the paris attacks. i spoke with one first responder who has a rare bit of good news to share tonight.
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paris attacks, abdelhamid abaaoud was killed in the early morning raid in saint-denis. they are examining dna to try to figure out if it's him, if they killed him or if he's on the run. they say he's not in custody. investigators also trying to identify his female cousin who detonated an explosive belt in the raid. meanwhile, an international manhunt is under way for salah abdeslam. this is not the first time we've seen family members commit acts together. kyung lah is "outfront.." >> reporter: the woman who blew herself up is believed to be the cousin of abdelhamid abaaoud, the ringleader in the paris attacks. family tied in terror. also seen with the abdeslam
brothers, this car was rented and then detonated a suicide bomb outside of a cafe if paris. as he died, his brother abdeslam fled. they share a family name, a life history and radical beliefs. >> a lot, a lot of our look at vent recent history. early this year in the charlie hebdo attack, the brothers spearheaded the massacre. the boston marathon bombing, homegrown terrorests. the 9/11 hijackers, of the 19, there were three sets of brothers. >> they will support each other sometimes even when they are not ide ideal sold. they are following you, not an ideology. >> reporter: in 2013, he left
his family in england to join isis. one year later his twin sister once popular high-achieving twins followed and became jihad brides and last fall, a 19-year-old packed his bags and headed to chicago's o'hare. traveling with him, his 17 and 15-year-old brother and sister. u.s. customed stopped them at the gate. >> we have a message, leave our children alone. >> reporter: blood isn't necessarily thicker than believes although police have been questioning the brother, mohammed abdeslam. did they ever approach you? >> no, they know who i am. it's difficult to get close to
me. nobody can radicalize me. i have own own ideas. >> reporter: experts say understanding this trend, knowing that it exists, there is the opportunity for counterterrorism. efforts, identifying these family, identifying these disaffected youth before they get to the point of trying to bored board a plane to syria, erin. >> kyung lah, thank you. we see so many brothers, the abdeslam brothers and the one not involved that i spoke with, you know, we don't yet know the full situation there but it is very clear that brothers seem to band together in a lot of these cases. >> that's absolutely right. think about the psychology. you're a younger brother. you worship your older brother and he's becoming radicalized. i mean, you're going to follow in his footsteps in many instances and go to the same
groups and follow him perhaps all the way to syria. we've seen many, many cases of brothers working together, sometimes not just two brothers but three, four, five getting involved in jihad, erin. >> and do they have any idea, something about the family might be part of it or no? >> well, the foundation has done research and a quarter of all foreign fighters, western fighters have familiar ties -- >> full 25%. >> who have also joined the jihads. so clearly families are moving over there together. not just brothers but also brothers and sisters and mothers and this has become a social movement where whole families have bekcome radicalized. >> next, one doctor recalls what he saw on the night of terror attacks and a shares a piece of good news, really good news and
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for the first time, we are getting a look at the chaotic scene inside a paris hospital. this photo taken by a doctor shows doctors tending to patients in the e.r. ward. today, dr. matthew lagrand told me about the victims' war-like wounds. it's across from two of the targeted restaurants that took in 30 patients, eight of them in
critical condition. >> that night which is very good and we're very glad of that and it's true, we are afraid because of severe damage. >> they were so injured? >> very badly injured but are young and the young people and they are very good facing these injuries. >> the doctor said the attacks hit hard because most of his patients are so young, they are all between 20 and 35 years old but says their youth is going to save them. how are your patients doing? >> they are doing actually rather fine. some of them are already recovering very quickly. they are out of intensive care and have been operated on, of course, some of them several
times. all of the patients treated in the hospital would survive. >> all of them are expected to survive. miraculous amid such bloodshed and hate, our thanks to that doctor and so many doctors that saved lives. thank you for joining us tonight. our coverage continues right now with "ac 360." good evening. thanks for joining us tonight. isis threatens new york showing what they plan to do how and possibly where. also, exclusive video tonight which you'll see in a moment of the raid here this morning that may have prevented another massacre with only minutes to spare. another mass cure because of the one suspects blew herself up, a female suicide bomber. we got audio and video of that woman seconds before she detonated herself. we'll play that tonight and new developments detailing how police