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Boston, Massachusetts / Marathon Bombing / One Month Later / Watertown Shooting #1044098

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, May 15, 2013
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(Boston: Anderson Cooper) The one-month anniversary of the bombing at the Boston Marathon noted.

(Boston: Drew Griffin) The manhunt for the Tsarnaev brothers reviewed; scenes shown from April 19 Watertown shootout with radio audio played; details given about the likelihood officer Richard Donohue†† was hit by a police bullet; scenes shown from the Watertown shooting scene. [Watertown resident Andrew KITZENBERG†- talks about the gunfire.] [Watertown resident Harry O'HANNESSIAN†- shows police bullet holes in his house.] [University of New Haven professor John DeCARLO†- talks about "contagion shooting" in a war zone.] The investigation of "contagion shooting" and the shooting of an unmarked SUV as well as the houses discussed.

(Boston: Anderson Cooper) The reports on the investigation of Katherine Russell, the widow of Tamerlan Tsarnaev, noted. [CBS reporter John MILLER - says the bottom line was Russell was living in a house where bombs were being assembled; comments on the overseas connections during Tamerlan's visit to Russia; notes the "fog of war" shooting in Watertown.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew
Duration:
00:11:40

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