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California / Dorner Manhunt / Brantley, Miller Interviews (Part IV) #1038655

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 13, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on the identity {Jeremiah MacKay} of the sheriff's deputy killed by Chris Dorner in the California mountains recapped.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(San Francisco: Dan Simon) The social media support for Dorner examined; conspiracy theory excerpts and three YouTube voices quoted. [USC's Karen NORTH†- says people like anti-heroes like Bonnie and Clyde.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with "One Time" author former LAPD officer Brian Brantley about Dorner's anger. [BRANTLEY - says whistleblowers in the LAPD become outcasts and there is nowhere to go; states there has not been significant changes in the LAPD.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live in-studio interview held with CBS correspondent John Miller about the Dorner story and what Brantley said. [MILLER - talks about changes within the LAPD; reviews the Dorner case.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Simon, Dan

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