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Boston, Massachusetts / Marathon Bombing #1044153

CNN Evening News for Thursday, May 16, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Two major developments in the Boston bombing introduced.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Manchester: Brian Todd) The report that bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev†† visited former Chechen rebel Musa Khadjimiuradov†, who lives in Manchester, and what they talked about and questions about Tamerlan's wife's visit with him discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Boston: Susan Candiotti) The note Dzhokhar Tsarnaev†† wrote on the wall of the boat in which he was hiding, including his criticism of the US for "attacking' Muslims, discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Jeffrey Toobin) How the message in the boat is damaging to Dzhokhar Tsarnaev††'s legal case by showing premeditation and callousness and its significance in a death penalty case discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Todd, Brian;
Candiotti, Susan;
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