New video of Discovery hostage situation
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New video of Discovery hostage situation

This video of a training seminar on preventing workplace violence shows James J. Lee strapping a homemade bomb to his back and communicating with police moments before a tactical team shoots and kills him. (Dan Morse/The Washington Post)

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