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CIA / Petraeus Resignation / Broadwell / A Discussion #1033864

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 13, 2012
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(New York: Anderson Cooper) The story of the sex scandal that led to the resignation of CIA director Gen.David Petraeus re-introduced; details given about e-mails to Jill Kelley that were checked out by the FBI. [Voice of KELLEY - calls Tampa police about her property.] The players in the scandal noted: Petraeus, his biographer Paula Broadwell, Kelley, the FBI agent who broke the case, Gen. John Allen, who sent e-mails to Kelley, and Jill's twin sister Natalie Khawam.

(New York: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Fran Townsend, Suzanne Kelly, and former CIA officer Bob Baer, law professor Jonathan Turley about the investigation, . [By phone, TOWNSEND - comments on the FBI search at Broadwell's house where historical documents from Petraeus were kept; comments on the Petraeus documents and why he kept them.] [TURLEY - comments on the legal aspects of the FBI investigation that started with an acquaintance launching an investigation for someone he knew {Kelley}; calls this a Greek tragedy, but there is no evidence of a crime.] [BAER - says the push of the FBI investigation of harassing e-mails means there was some other motivation; speculates about Kelley, who may be an "access agent" with aspirations.] [KELLY - outlines the questions sought by Congress about the FBI investigation and whether it was deemed a national security risk; indicates Broadwell was working on a second Petraeus book.]

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