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FBI: Ohio State Attacker Believed to Have Been Inspired By ISIS, Al-Qaeda

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FBI: Ohio State Attacker Believed to Have Been Inspired By ISIS, Al-QaedaIn a Wednesday press conference, the Federal Bureau of Investigations announced that their initial investigation turned up evidence that Ohio State University attacker Abdul Razak Ali Artan may have been inspired by radical Islamist terrorist groups Islamic State and al-Qaeda.
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FBI: Ohio State attacker may have been influenced by ISIS or al-Qaeda 06:37

Investigators believe that the Ohio State University attacker may have been inspired by either al-Qaeda or ISIS. Former CIA covert operations officer Mike Baker joins CBSN with the latest details.

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