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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 21, 2013
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729:20Duncan, Oklahoma / Lane Murder / Girlfriend's Interview

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The arrest of three suspects in the Duncan, Oklahoma, murder of Australian college student Christopher Lane reported; photos shown of James Edwards, Chancey Luna and Michael Jones; 911 call played.

(Duncan, Oklahoma: Randi Kaye) The Friday shooting of jogger Lane by three men in a black car reviewed; scenes shown from the site where he died; 911 call played. [Duncan police Chief Danny FORD†- recounts a call about armed juveniles, how Jones explained the shooting: they were bored.] The random motive discussed; home video and photos of Edwards with guns and money shown..

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Lane's girlfriend Sarah Harper; photos shown. [HARPER - talks about Chris and his parents.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi

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