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Colorado / Clements Murder / Manhunt / Discussions #1041092

CNN Evening News for Friday, Mar 22, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The evidence in the murder mystery about the shooting of Colorado prison system director Tom Clements and the death in Texas of Evan Ebel††, who died in a shootout after a high-speed police chase, introduced; scenes shown of a police car windshield hit by a bullet.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; no location given: Casey Wian) The evidence connecting the two cases, Colroado and Texas, to Ebel, who assaulted a prison guard in prison and his connections to a prison gang, and a connection to the murder of a Domino's pizza deliveryman, discussed; Ebel's crashed car shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with forensic expert Gerard Petillo† about the shell casings found in Colorado and Texas. [PETILLO - explains the coming physical examination of the bullet casings.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Ebel neighbor Vicky Bankey† and former skinhead T.J. Leyden† about Ebel's background and his prison gang affiliation. [BANKEY - says Ebel played wildly and his father tried everything.] [LEYDEN - talks about the 211 Crew {Brotherhood of Aryan Alliance} prison gang; comments on why Ebel is referred to a "former" gang member.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Wian, Casey

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