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‘What We Heard, We Didn’t Like’: NYPD Counterterror Chief Analyzes Sri Lanka Attacks

CBS 2 Monday, 22 April 2019
Speaking on "CBS This Morning," John Miller said that "the wheels started turning in New York" from the very beginning of the attacks. 
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