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October 6th, 2014
06:38 PM ET

Black ISIS Flags Raised in Kobani

Colonel John Warden, retired U.S. Air Force and author of "The Air Campaign," talks to CNN’s Brooke Baldwin about the air strikes operations of the US-led coalition in Syria and the possible fall of Kobani to ISIS militants.


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  1. sassynvgirl

    Once again the death of Duncan has been blamed solely on the hospital, and thus once again we are listening to "it has to be a racial reason. He flew to the US the day the woman he was caring for died of Ebola. I'm sure his observations being an intelliegent man was that she was a VERY SICK lady, and considering he was in an area inflicted with EBOLA, he might just of known he was in deep trouble. All of a sudden he has his passport and airline ticket to come to the US. Okay he told a where he had come from, however did he tell the doctor who was checking him out that he had been caring for a VERY, VERY sick lady, and he needed to be checked for EBOLA just to be safe? NO HE didn't he lied by deception just as he did when answering the questions at the airport that he had not been around anyone with EBOLA. Come on lets let this "because he was black" drop that was not the reason. If they take this to court I hope they don't get a dime.

    October 10, 2014 at 6:53 am |

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