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CarlsonCast Oct28--6am hour

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US military forces swarmed and killed Bakr Al-Baghdadi the Iraqi-born leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant on Saturday Oct. 26, 2019. KVI's John Carlson analyzes the military and media reaction to Pres. Trump's decision to go after the most wanted terrorist leader in the world. (photo: AP){ }

6am hour -- be warned: one southbound lane of Seattle's Aurora bridge is closed due to steel decay, ISIS leader killed by US military raid in NW Syria, the torture and rape inflicted by Al-Baghdadi through the eyes of victim's family members,

a retired US Army General explains significance of killing Baghdadi, lots of people wondering if the US/Syria withdrawal somehow predicated the raid to kill ISIS leader this weekend, US Defense Secretary explains the planning that went into the successful raid, why Trump officials didn't inform House Speaker Pelosi about the planned raid on ISIS leader, repugnant coverage of Al-Baghdadi raid by the Washington Post, WaPo calls Al-Baghdadi an "austere religious scholar" with no reference of terrorism or be-headings.

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