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they're reading "where the wild things are ] to a group of children. the web gets wider. a frantic man hunt for at least eight suspects linked to both the attacks in brussels and paris. and some of their plots are now revealed. plus holiday tragedy. a suicide bomber targets christian families at an amusement, many of them children on rides, parents pushing their kids on swings. now a new twist in the hunt for those responsible. and the world according to donald trump. the republican front runner sounds off on everything from nukes, nato to why he thinks the u.s. is not safe. this is america's top diplomat calls that rhetoric embarrassing.
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i'm koit bould. this morning for the first time we're seeing video of the brussels airport bombing suspect who got away. belgian federal police have now released this airport security video of the mystery man in the light jacket and the hat. could these pictures, these new pictures, this video help investigators track him down after nearly a week on the run? this as the death toll of the horrific attacks is on the rise. 35 people now dead, and new raids, more arrests across europe revealing just how wide the terror network is reaching of those who could be behind these attacks. they are searching for at least eight suspects they believe have links to the isis attacks in both brussels and paris. phil black is in brussels with the very latest. phil, what are you picking up on this man hunt, this frantic man hunt that is now getting even
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broader? >> well, kate, first some information that came to us a short time ago that has to be interpreted as a setback for the investigation. the authorities here announced that a man who up until very recently had been considered their key suspect, their biggest arrest, has now been released. last week they arrested a man identified only as fise l c. he was charged with murder and attempted murder. it suggested he played a key direct role in things that took place here last tuesday. now they've announced his release and said the information that led to his arrest and the charges has proved inconclusive. so a setback there. but meanwhile, that investigation was continue. we've seen raids in brussels over the weekend. as many as 12 on sunday alone. today the authorities here announced another three people had been charged with terrorist-related offenses, but
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it does appear that they are still looking for that key person, that suspect, the man that you were just talking about there that we can now see in moving video, the man in the white jacket and a hat captured on security video at the airport in the moments leading up to the decide explosions that took place there. they are looking for him because we're told by the authorities that security videos showed him running from the scene before the blasts took place. so he is still believed to be on the run, and as far as we know, the authorities here have no immediate leads on just where he might be at this time. >> and, phil, you talk about video. there was some really startling video from over the weekend of exactly where you are. protests breaking out at the memorial. what happened? what more are you learning about how that all played out? >> reporter: you can see here at the memorial site, it is quiet and peaceful as it has been for much of the last week. that changed late sunday when it
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was really invaded by hundreds of men dressed in black, many of them, their faces covered. they were chanting, screaming at times, behaving in a way that i think you'd have to describe as aggressive. and a lot of what they were saying was nationalist, antiimmigrant. they were saying that brussels is our home. these sorts of things. it had a real change -- marked a real change in the atmosphere here. other people who were gathered here peacefully started chanting ba back. there were some scuffles. and it was the police that drove them out of this scare using water cannon in the end to disburse that crowd. it was pretty tense for a while. it was only a brief window in time, and i think for the hundreds that were here, still only a limited number in terms of behaving that way compared to what we've seen at this location over the last week. it shows in the country there's something of a divide of how people are responding to the terror attacks that took place
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on tuesday. >> yes. some important perspective as we look at the startling video. thank you so much, phil. let me continue the conversation now. joining us is paul cruickshank who has been connecting the dots on this throughout europe, and also with us phil mudd. it's great to see you. on the latest we're just hearing from phil black. fase l c, she w he was charged. is this a setback that he was released? >> they clearly at a certain point, perhaps based on eyewitness reports believe he might have been at the airport, might have been involved. they clearly do not now believe that. they clearly think he probably wasn't involved otherwise they wouldn't have released him. so there's this man hunt that goes on, and we understand that
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there are eight individuals who are wanted right now in connection with the terrorist attacks in paris and brussels. now, one of the those individuals is an individual who came in with a syrian identity paper from syria through europe, through the greek island and was picked up by salah abdeslam. we are told they suspect he was operationally involved in the brussels attacks. one possibility, only a possibility, is he is the third airport suicide bomber, the one that got away, but they don't know whether that's him or whether he might have been the guy seen on cc tv at the metro station at maalbeek with the bomber there, or that it was another kwa, but they believe he was involved. but the eight that their searching for is an individual,
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a belgian who actually traveled to syria with abaaoud, the paris ring leader in 2014 a few months after he got there, isis tweeted out a picture which supposedly showed his dead body, but now they think maybe he faked his death. they were faking their own deaths on social media so they could slip back into europe without that kind of scrutiny. >> and they did so quite successfully, it appears, as we now know. phil, when you hear about a couple of these things taking place, you've got this one, was a suspect, he was charged with terrorist murder, now released, set back in the investigation, and also as paul is talking act, the fact that they have still not successfully or publicly identified the third person in the airport, this video that we now see in a loop and the image we see from the surveillance video
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video, is that surprising that we still haven't identified him? >> the lack of identification to me is surprising j especially now that the public as seen this for so long. this might be an indication of the divide, somebody out there knows who he is. on that second issue of the release, that to me is not surprising. the reason is straightforward. in the immediate aftermath of an attack, the amount of information you get and the people implicated at the fringe of the attack explodes. the police don't have time to surveil people over weeks. they're going to bring everybody in, see who is dirty, and some of those people are going to be released. this is pretty common in an investigation of this magnitude. >> paul has done great reporting on how far this has reached. i'm not even going to have all the dots connected correctly was the web is so confusing. when you have people arrested or detained not only in belgium or france but reaching to germany,
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italy, however do you think this goes, paul, if you had to say? >> we can simplify it. there's a spider web through europe. the center is brussels and the neighborhoods that have been raided there. the paris ring leader also at the center. but the tentacles reach out into france and holland and italy and belgium, potentially also the uk. isis are accelerating their international attack planning. they want to hit all the european countries that are bombing it in syria and iraq. >> and this is the question that is plaguing every intelligence service, all the security services at this point, but how do you break that web, break it before another attack? >> well, that web indicates that there's a vulnerability as well. if there's one advantage, it's that we did not see separate plots in paris and belgium. you see people who are
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communicating, living together, traveling, texting each other. every one of those communications whether it's to a human being or by electrons, e-mails, phone calls, ib assistant messaging. that's a vulnerability for a security service. you should be able to map it using surveillance tools quickly. the question here and what we can't figure out is once you get the people at the core of the conspiracy, how is it that four months later paris you can't find them? they are vulnerable when they start communicating. >> yeah, and this is what we see. this is what we see in the aftermath four months later. great to see you. a lot of moving parts. appreciate it. just ahead for us, partying, poker, and marijuana. friends of the paris attackers are speaking out showing us videos like this. plus a bomber targeting
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new details on the easter sunday bombing targeting christians. authorities in pakistan say the death toll is rising. now 72 people confirmed dead. many of them children. more than 340 people injured. the blast ripped through a park full of families in the city. a taliban splinter group is claiming responsibility saying they intentionally targeted christians celebrating the holy day. let's bring in nick robertson for more on this. the video, the images coming out of there are horrific. the story behind it worse. what more are you picking up? >> reporter: well, the pakistani authorities say they have raided
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many places. five different big raids they say. they're not saying how many people they've rounded up. the images are horrific. the attack in and of itself on families picnicking in the play park. d dispick well. the prime minister is expected to make an announcement. he cancelled a trip to the united states. what we understand is that this group is claiming that it will start a new round of attacks in pakistan. it has a history of targeting christians and indeed just a few weeks ago, targeted two u.s. employees of the u.s. consulate close to a tribal border region, targeted them with a roadside bomb. so this group has a record of effective deathly attacks, and
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this time vowing to continue. >> vowing to continue. the threat continues. as you said, raids are underway, and we're going to be hearing from the prime minister on exactly what he knows and the steps that they need to be -- steps forward from here on out. nick, thank you so much. i want to talk more about this with bobby gose, the managing editor of quartz. before we get to the what should they do, just looking, the death toll in and of itself is horrific. then when you hear the story behind it, children, families at an amusement park on swings, playing, picnicking, for a holiday. it's just horrific. i mean, why? >> yes, it is, and the group says that they're deliberately targeting christians. three times more muslims were killed than christians. in a park like that, in a park
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there getting people from communities. in pakistan, the majority are always muslims. whatever this group claims to be trying to do, it is killing muslims more than it's killing anybody else. >> what is your understanding of what this group is trying to do? i mean, this isn't the first time, as you said, more muslims were killed in this attack as well, but this isn't the first time clhristians have been targeted in pakistan or la who. >> they're trying to establish their credentials and show they're badder than the pakistani taliban, and they attack all kinds of minorities, even minorities within the muslim communities. there's a community known who are a minority. that's a shia community, also a minority. they're interested in attacking minorities and basically if you like the sort of, this is a kind of bullying, if you like, by people claiming to represent the majority and picking on groups
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that cannot defend themselves, that don't have the ability and don't have the official government support to defend themselves. >> as the world's attention is on the threat of isis in the united states and abroad, how big of a threat does the splinter group pose? >> at the moment it's focusing its attention on groups within pakistan. but if we read our history, that's almost never the end of the story. if you allow these groups to prosper in these environments, they become more ambitious and they look outwards. let's not also underestimate the impact that isis is having within pakistan. isis is a recent entry in pakistan, but they are trying to create a sort of foot hole in that country. that puts pressure on all these other groups to try and prove their jihadi credentials. this could be one of the many consequences of that. >> that's one thing we've heard in other places when there's a competition between terror groups to show their bona fidas.
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donald trump being pressed for specifics on his foreign policy views. he told "the new york times" in
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an interview he's not isolationist. he prefers the term america first. cruz is credit sizing trump's policies saying the front runner is out of his depth in this regard and that recent attacks on cruz's wife were trump's way of distracting from his own shortcomings on national security matters. let me bring in phil mattingly who is tracking this from wisconsin. phil, what is behind, what are you hearing is behind the new line of attack coming from cruz against donald trump ahead of this make or break primary in wisconsin? >> what we've seen from donald trump has been kind of the most illuminating look into his foreign policy. one that really breaks from not only republican orthodoxy. we negotiating treaties, these are areas where cruz and his team feel like they can
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capitalize. eight days from now a crucial contest, 42 delegates up for grabs. it's anybody's race between cruz and donald trump and between john kasich. one of the most interesting elements here in this state, and i've been here for a couple days. there's a strong anti-trump movement in this state driven large by my conservative state radio. kroou cruz believes they can turn the attacks against trump. it would be a huge win for cruz to take a large portion of the delegates. one of the other interesting things to keep an eye on is donald trump last night tweeting he was upset at cruz for stealing delegates in louisiana. here's the back story of how that works. donald trump won the state of louisiana by about three points. he and cruz because of the way the allocation system works shared delegates, 18 a piece. rubio had five. there were five unbound. cruz moved in and he's trying to take the five unbound and take rubios as well.
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totally legal. donald trump thinks it's unfair and is threatening to sue. i've been talking to a lot of people. nobody thinks he has grounds to sue here. but it really underscores the importance of having those teams on the ground working on those delegates, should we get to an open convention, those are the types of teams and issues that are going to be absolutely crucial to whoever is going to win in cleveland. >> but having grounds for a lawsuit, will that stop him? we'll see. because that will have a very big impact, at least on where donald trump wants the conversation to go if that lawsuit comes forward as he says in a tweet. phil, thank you. let's bring in kailee mac anyoneny, and mary katherine hamm, and doug high. it's great to see you. doug, let me start with you. phil was just in wisconsin, the next -- what's becoming a very important state on the republican side.
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this has become the state that cruz and kasich really need to make some moves here if they want to hold trump from his path to get to 1237. what do you think of what phil was talking about? this new line of attack coming from cruz focusing on donald trump and what they believe is a flimsy foreign policy stance? >> yeah. that new york times interview with maggie was appalling in the lack of knowledge that so many of us had known was mr. from donald trump. he doesn't have specific answers on specific questions. this isn't an issues driven campaign, but given donald trump's admission that most of his advice comes from watching people on tv, i suppose that means goemer pile, it speaks to why the emperor doesn't have any clothes or answers. at a time when the world is to dangerous right now, whether in brussels or san bernardino, there are a lot of voters with
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anxiety and they want a candidate with answers and knowledge. >> are you concerned if cruz continues on the line of attacks of what he believes it is flimsy foreign policy credit, it could move the numbers? >> not at all. i think donald trump hash appreciate. he has been on the forefront of calling radical islam a problem, but saying it's wrong to intervene in other countries and leave space for isis. he was against the iraq war before hillary clinton was and virtually any republican was. likewise he was made fun of by "the new york times" because he said brussels is a place where we seriously need to look at. terrorists are overtaking this city. he said this, and "the new york times" made fun of him. i think voters recognize that. and i think that interview of the new york times that he gave 100 minutes to the new york times, no other candidate is doing that.
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i saw a lot of substance. we must have read different interviews. >> donald trump doesn't often have specific policies. he has feelings and he has tweets. and those things will change from day today. we see it happen all the time in realtime from his twitter feed. >> but we've also, guys, and doug, you were alluding to it, and mary, you take this. it's that it hasn't changed -- it doesn't move the numbers. i do wonder, and you have to wonder what will move the numbers for those of you who do not support donald trump, because in this latest feud between cruz and donald trump involving their wives, a lot of folks are saying this has to be the straw that broke the camel's back. this has to impact his numbers. do you project it will move the numbers ahead of wisconsin? >> i think it probably won't. i think it's a shame that people don't care about the fact that he doesn't actually know policies, but here's the part
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where it does make a difference. when you see something in louisiana where cruz has people on the ground who know the system and know what they're doing and put in the work, they actually end up taking delegates to the convention that trump does not get because he doesn't know the things that a campaign has to do. he knows his feelings and he knows his twitter feed. that's it. and i don't think it'll make a difference. >> what is happening in louisiana and trump threatening the lawsuit, i find it fascinating. yes, it does get into the weeds of state delegates. but it is, as we well know, it is very important when it comes to getting the number you need, 1237, when you get to cleveland. kailee, do you think he's really going to file a lawsuit? >> i think it's a threat. i'm not sure. he'll probably look into if there's something he can do. i think the larger point -- >> if ted cruz is better at organization in terms of state
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delegates, isn't that the beginning and the end of it? >> no. i think the end of it is that it's severely undemocratic. when you look at the fact that we have uncommitted rnc delegates who can choose to support any candidate they like regardless of what the voters say, that's a problem. it should be the will of the american people. the american people are supporting donald trump. that is -- at the end of the day that's what matters, not the whim of what some rnc delegates decide to do against the american people. >> doug, you were forermerly th communications director for the rnc. how will they respond? >> donald trump could have known the rules and acted accordingly. he doesn't know the rules. this isn't a full-time campaign that does the full-time work of campaigns. to the heidi cruz attacks, they matter. if you look to the new york primary, donald trump is poised to do well, but women throughout the state say they won't support
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donald trump if he's the nominee. only donald trump could hurt us further with republican women and women throughout the country whether they're independent or democrats. women throughout america don't want to vote for donald trump because he doesn't have their issues at heart, because he doesn't know how to talk to them and because whether it's heidi cruz or carly fiorina, all drurch has had is misogynistic views. i experienced it yesterday. i was on state of the union when a senior trump advisor said we're going to get women by talking about domestic female mutilation. that's not a problem that women throughout the country have been talking about. it came out of nowhere and suggests the campaign is disconnected in. if that's what you're campaigning on, it shows a disconnection. >> when you look at the numbers, when you look at the polling, overall, meaning when you include independents and women who vote in the democratic primary, his unfavorables are high, but not when you look among republican women. >> he does well with a sliver of
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the republican electorate. >> yep. >> and the general is different. he does well with republican women generally. he's beating cruz by 14 points with women within the rnc. but here's the thing, doug. i agree he needs to not attack heidi cruz. he said he's against women policies. that's wrong. he's the only candidate acknowledging that planned parenthood does good things for women. their precancer screenings save women's lives. we don't want to get rid of that aspect of planned parenthood. that's something he's saying. >> and no one is arguing you should get rid of planned parenthood. they're arguing taxpayers shouldn't be funding planned parenthood. he doesn't know the argument and what it's about. >> he does, and he continuously addresses that. >> thank you so all of you. as we can see right here, a lot more to discuss ahead of wisconsin. i appreciate it.
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an important programming note. cruz, trump, and kasich will take voters from voters tomorrow night in a special town hall. anderson cooper will be moderating the event. it comes days ahead of the important wisconsin primary tomorrow night, 8:00 only on cnn. still ahead for us. bernie sanders putting new pressure on hillary clinton, really trouncing the democratic front runner in three contests over the weekend. folks are calling it western saturday. some folks suggesting it should be called sanders saturday. can this new momentum be exactly what bernie sanders needs when hillary clinton still has that very big delegate lead? live with a clinton strategist on that? also months before one of the worst terrorist attacks on the west, they were partying at clubs. our exclusive video of the paris attackers before they went on an isis suicide mission. we'll be right back.
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don't let anybody tell you we can't win the nomination or win the general election. we're to do both of those things. >> both of those things. that is bernie sanders when he was coming off a very big three state weekend sweep with decisive victories in washington state, alaska, and hawaii. insisting the math is not impossible for him and he's on a path for the nomination. someone we didn't hear from after the votes, hillary clinton. this has sanders is now challenging and calling for another debate in new york. hillary clinton's home state. let's bring in joel benson.
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i'm sitting there with a big panel of folks on saturday, and as we're watching the numbers come in, we called it western saturday. someone suggested we should be calling it sanders saturday. how would you describe what happened saturday? >> look, he's had a track record of doing well in caucus states. we said those were three caucus states he was going to do well. we don't have the final total on how many delegates he netted. he netted fewer delegates than we did with one win in the florida primary. we don't know the final numbers yet. >> your description is nothing to see here? >> listen, i've said if he nets delegates, it's a good night for him. and he did do that that night. on the other hand, we're heading into a stretch of primary states with diverse population. we have about six primaries and they add up to 630 delegates including states like new york and pennsylvania which are big
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and diverse, and he hasn't other than michigan where he eked out a victory, didn't net more than two or three delegates. that hasn't been a strength for him. we're going to keep competing on those states. i think the math looks bleak for him. i think that's the reality. we have a bigger net delegate lead than barack obama had at any time in his entire campaign in 2008. that's a big mountain to climb, and i think -- i know his enthusiasm on saturday night and exuberance was genuine for his supporters. but the math creates an up hill climb. >> he said on sunday the math will start looking more in my favor if the super delegates start coming my way. he thinks because of the momentum, he thinks it can. >> i think the momentum is with us. a lot of the superdelegates may he think their position with secretary clinton. is a lot have not yet declared. then you have super delegates in states where we win by 40 or
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50 points. i think their intents are going to say support the people of our state. vote for sander. >> are you concerned superdelegates are going to start leaving you? >> a lot of superdelegates have declared. hillary clinton is about 500 -- >> they can change. >> of course they can. >> but he's saying they're going to follow their constituents. we've won 2 .5 million more votes than him. we've put together a more diverse coalition. he's done well and energized a lot of young voters who we have to keep in the party. if you look at the states we've typically won, the voters over 30, we have won voters over the age of 30 in big margins in almost primary state we've been in. i think if you look at the totality of who has put together the coalition of what it takes to win in november, it's been hillary clinton. >> let's talk about new york. you mentioned new york. bernie sanders once -- >> my home state.
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>> bernie sanders wants a debate here before the april primary. are you going to agree to it? >> i think what was notable this weekend wasn't so much that, but in my mind "the washington post" story with his own campaign talking about how they're poll testing more negative attacks on hillary clinton. they're talking about running harsher negatives. >> don't distract here. why wouldn't you debate? >> i think the real question is what kind of campaign is sanders going to run going forward. he pumped $4 million in the weekend before march 15th th, and he lost all five states on march 15th. they spent about 4 million on negative ads. that doesn't have anything to do it. >> he said he'd never run a negative ad. he's running them. let's see the tone of the campaign before we get to other questions. >> back in january when there was a back and forth about debates, the clinton campaign was open to more debates after
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the flint debate was agreed to. why not debate in new york? >> because we agreed to debates up to a certain point. we're now out campaigning in the states. >> what's the risk? >> there's no risk. she's done well in the debates. but senator sanders doesn't get to decide when we debate, particularly when he's running a negative campaign. let's see if he goes back to the kind of tone he said he was going to set early on. if he does that, then we'll talk about debates. >> so no chance of a new york debate? >> i didn't say that. i said we'll talk about it. if his campaign wants to run the kind of negative campaign and run negative ads like they did in north carolina and illinois all over the country on march 15th, that's going to be disappointing to a lot of democrats who feel we have to start focusing on republicans whether it's donald trump or ted cruz and about our differences so we win in november. that's what democrats auought t be doing. >> there was an interview that bernie sanders did last week, and it came out he said i planned on winning.
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if i don't, these are the demands i would have in order to support hillary clinton. and he laid out basically his own entire platform. single payer, tuition, everything. >> i think when candidates come in second or third, they ought to wait on putting out a list of demands. i think when voters choose someone who wins as the nominee of their party, those discussions take place at that point. >> do you think demands are ridiculous? are they reasonable? >> i don't think losing candidates generally make dpland demands. i think you respect the fact that a person won and was chosen by the voters and you show respect for the voters for the fact that they candidate won. i think you have a conversation. i don't think you start putting demands on the table. you have a reasonable conversation. and if senator sanders is amenable to a reasonable conversation at some point if he's not the nominee, i'm sure we'll have that with him. >> i'm always open to having that reasonable conversation here on the show. great to see you.
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the attackers in the paris attack a. salah abdeslam captured march 18th and his brother brahim who killed himself. members of their inner circle say the brothers smoked marijuana, went clubbing and behaved nothing like the devout muslims they claimed they were months before their deadly attacks. we spoke to friends who partied with the brothers. watch this. >> this was life before isis. salah abdeslam and his brother brahim partying at a nightclub in brussels. it is february 8th, 2015.
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eight months later, brahim would blow himself up in a paris cafe. salah abdeslam paris most wanted man. two of their friends talked to cnn on condition we hide their identities. >> salah abdeslam took care of himself. someone funny who coyou could have a laugh. bit of a lady's man. it wasn't unusual for him to have a drink or pro-2:00. >> they sh. >> reporter: they say they came here to drink, to play cards, to smoke marijuana and also watch the brothers favorite football team real madrid play on the tv. things could get boisterous. here brahim cheers on some drunk
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antics. >> i used to go there after word and have a drink, laugh with friends, play cards. >> basically you felt at home among family. >> reporter: among that family, two seen in the photos. they remain in custody. the friends say they were duped. >> i was with him around at 10:30, 11 p.m. he received a phone call from salah abdeslam because his car broke down. >> they stopped drinking and became more religious. >> they prayed more. at the mosque, maybe only on fridays, otherwise it was praying at home. >> praying plotting. no one knows why the brothers
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changed so much so quickly. >> brahim got along with anyone. doesn't have problems with black, white, whatever race or religion. >> he didn't until this. >> joining me from brussels is nina. getting this amazing look in the inner circle and their lives makes you wonder, these guys know these terrorists better than pretty much anyone. did the police speak to them? >> yes. that's a good question, kate. we have put that question to the police. it seems they haven't commented at the moment. we put the question to the two individuals and no, despite one intent several months in jail and the other arrested on suspicion of robbery. they have not been questioned on their ties to these brothers. these two didn't just know the
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salah abdeslam brothers. police haven't yet spoken to them. that gives you an idea the police and counterterrorism officials have to face in belgium if they are to understand how people go from party boys from one minute to eight or nine months killers in paris. they have to understand how the mind set works and to do so they have to speak to their inner circle. >> and help understand this web that we see reaching further throughout europe. you would think they could offer insight in to that as well. great reporting. coming up next, a breaking development in georgia where hollywood studios, the nfl and a long list of major corporations threatenened to boycott the state over its so-called religious liberty bill. the governor just revealed his decision. what he's going to do about the bill. that's ahead.
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hello, everyone. i'm poppy harlow in for ashleigh banfield. we begin with raids an arrests and criminal charges aimed at taking down interlocked terror cells. also, a half dozen others were picked up by authorities in 13 raids yesterday. they were questioned at length and released. we have just learned authorities have released the only suspect to date who had been tied though bombings in


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