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Colorado / Clements Murder Case / Ebel / Buddy Interview #1040961

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 25, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The funeral for murdered Colorado prison chief Tom Clements, who was slain on his doorstop in by Eben Ebel, reported. [Widow Lisa CLEMENTS†- describes what happened and her relationship with Tom.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Colorado: Casey Wian) The evidence linking Ebel's gun to the Clements shooting, the prison gang shakeup that might be related to the murder and what members of Ebel's family is saying about the story discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Pictures and video of Ebel at a boot camp in Samoa shown. [In interview, boot camp buddy Kurt FREY†\ - says Ebel spoke about killing people like Hitler, that he carried a gun, was an angry person, who hated authority, how he was a scary individual.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Wian, Casey

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