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Massachusetts / Crime Lab Scandal / Ariely Interview #1031927

CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 05, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Boston: Susan Candiotti) The fallout from the allegations of misconduct against Massachusetts crime lab worker chemist Annie Duken‡ examined; details given about tampering with drug evidence in thousands of cases and the criminal charges against Duken. [Sentence vacated, Mylazia JOHNSON†- reacts to being freed; states she lost custody of her child.] [Massachusetts Committee for Public Counsel Lisa HEWITT†- comments on the "mess" with government-tainted evidence.] [Mom Stephanie COOPER, community organizer Michael KOZU†- worry.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Duke University professor Dan Ariely about this crime scandal case. [ARIELY - talks about her possible motivation; explains the significance of experiments on lying and cheating.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Candiotti, Susan

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