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CIA / Petraeus Scandal / Law / A Discussion / Kelley #1033902

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 14, 2012
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(New York: Anderson Cooper) The question of why President Obama was not told about the FBI investigation into the extramarital affair by CIA director Gen. David Petraeus introduced; details given from a CIA policy memo. [In news conference, OBAMA - comments on the process surrounding Petraeus.]

(New York: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Fran Townsend and Suzanne Kelly about the legal issues around Petraeus, his biographer Paula Broadwell et al. [TOWNSEND - says the material Broadwell had is not hard classified material, so there probably will not be a prosecution, but the Justice Department will decide; outlines the policy on FBI briefings.] [KELLY - says it seems to be basically about jealousy over the Petraeus affair.]

(New York: Anderson Cooper; no location given: Drew Griffin) New information on the finances of Jill Kelley and her husband, Dr. Scott Kelley, who were battling a bank in court over their mortgage on a Tampa home and about the Doctor Kelley Cancer Foundation that was dissolved in 2007 discussed; statistics on the Kelleys' expenses cited.

Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew

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