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Mississippi / Governor's Pardons #1014697

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 14, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The pardoning scandal in Mississippi started by outgoing Governor Haley Barbour, who granted full pardons to four convicted murderers who worked at the governor's mansion, and what victims' family members are saying reviewed.

(Virginia: Ed Lavandera) CNN's attempt to interview Barbour featured; scenes shown from Washington and Lee University in Virginia, where he gave a speech about government and evaded the reporter's questions. [BARBOUR - says when the Supreme Court rules....]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Ed Lavandera) How Barbour is reacting to more specific questions about the pardons and what the victims' families want from the ex-governor discussed.

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