Paris Attack Suspects Would Have Been Hard To Track Robert Siegel talks to Paris-based terrorism and security expert Jean-Charles Brisard about the terrorist cell in France known as the Buttes-Chaumont network.
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Paris Attack Suspects Would Have Been Hard To Track

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Paris Attack Suspects Would Have Been Hard To Track

Paris Attack Suspects Would Have Been Hard To Track

Paris Attack Suspects Would Have Been Hard To Track

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Robert Siegel talks to Paris-based terrorism and security expert Jean-Charles Brisard about the terrorist cell in France known as the Buttes-Chaumont network in which Cherif Kouachi, one of the suspects in Wednesday's attack in Paris, was involved.