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California / Dorner Manhunt #1043447

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 12, 2013
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(Washington: Scott Pelley) The discovery of fired Los Angeles cop Christopher Dorner, who is wanted for 3 murders, in a house in San Bernardino County, California reported; scenes shown. [From Angelus Oaks, voice of CBS News Carter EVANS† {with gunfire in the background} - describes what is happening at the site.]

(Washington: Scott Pelley; on the phone from Angelus Oaks, California: Carter Evans) The situation on the ground with the SWAT team surrounding the cabin discussed; scenes shown.

(Washington: Scott Pelley) Dorner’s rampage of revenge for his firing reviewed; photos shown.

(New York: John Miller) A confrontation involving a truck, the discovery of Dorner’s location, his weapon, and the personnel and equipment on the scene reviewed.

Pelley, Scott;
Evans, Carter;
Miller, John

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