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California / Dorner Manhunt / The Reward / A Discussion #1041047

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 27, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The issue of the reward for the capture of California Christopher Dorner spree killer, who died after a shootout, introduced.

(Los Angeles: Kyung Lah) The battle over the Dorner reward after the manhunt reviewed; scenes shown of his burned truck in Big Bear and the cabin shootout that eventually burned. [Los Angeles Mayor Antonio VILLARAIGOSA†- talks about the reward of one million dollars for Dorner's capture.] [Dorner hostages Jim and Karen REYNOLDS†- describe what Dorner did to them and calling 911.] [Camp ranger Rick HELTEBRAKE††- recounts Dorner taking his truck.] [County coroner's office Capt. Kevin LACY†- says Dorner took his own life.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Two claims for the reward noted. Live discussion held with CBS reporter John Miller and Los Angeles city councilman Dennis Zine† about the reward issue. [ZINE, MILLER - offer views on whether the reward offered should be paid out.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Lah, Kyung

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