Aug 24, 2015

Lawyer: Suspect in French train shooting says he's not a terrorist, just wanted to rob people

A lawyer for the man accused of attacking passengers on a train in France on Friday said her client is "dumbfounded" over being called a terrorist and claims he planned on just robbing people so he could buy food. Officials: Train suspect linked to a group of French #ISIS fighters in Turkey: http://t.co/o3aMWFKc3F pic.twitter.com/NoNfciqOlj — The Situation Room (@CNNSitRoom) August 23...

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