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Former CIA Deputy Director and CBS News Contributor Michael Morell called the upcoming Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, "The most dangerous Olympics I've experienced in my adult life," in an interview that was broadcast live, today, January 27, 2014, on CBS This Morning (7:00-9:00AM) on the CBS Television Network.

Watch the interview in full below!

"You have a capable, dedicated, determined terrorist group that has been around for a long time, that recently conducted two attacks in Russia, who say they want to attack during the games," Morell told Co-Hosts Charlie Rose and Norah O'Donnell.

He added, however, that his concerns chiefly surround vulnerable places outside the Olympic Games venue, including airports and Western hotels.

Excerpts of the interview are below.

CHARLIE ROSE: How dangerous do you think these Olympics are?

MICHAEL MORELL: I think these are the most dangerous Olympics I've experienced in my adult life.

CHARLIE ROSE: Because?

MICHAEL MORELL: Because you have a capable, dedicated, determined terrorist group that has been around for a long time, that recently conducted two attacks in Russia, who say that they want to attack during the games.

VIDEO: Former CIA Director Calls Sochi 'Most Dangerous' Olympics on CBS

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