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California / Dorner Manhunt / Rubin, Miller Interviews (Part II) #1038649

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 13, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with "Los Angeles Times" reporter Joel Rubin about the outcome of the California manhunt for Chris Dorner; long police gunfire exchange played instead of the "burn" exchange. [RUBIN - says the fire at the cabin was not set deliberately; explains how the cabin was demolished and words "burn" does not indicate an intentional fire; comments on the reports about the LAPD and San Bernardino police last night.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live in-studio interview held with CBS correspondent John Miller about the Dorner story. [MILLER - explains how it is likely Dorner's body, how police families were moved into police stations under guard; comments on the questions about the first cabin where Dorner was found; explains the two kinds of tear gas used and the "burn" commentary, how a heavily armed man was dealt with using harsh tools to get him out and he likely took his own life.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:14:30

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