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Crime: Internet Confession / Drunk Driving / A Discussion #1051199

CNN Evening News for Friday, Sep 06, 2013
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(Studio: Jake Tapper) Report introduced.

(No location given: Jason Carroll) A stunning Internet confession by Matt Cordle† that he killed a man in 2013 while driving drunk featured; his videotape played; photo shown of victim Vincent Canzani††. [Voice of victim's daughter-in-law Corrie OLCOTT†- reacts to the video and the man's decision.] [Ohio prosecutor Ro o'BRIEN†- calls the video compelling evidence and there will be a prison sentence.] [becauseisaidiwould.com Alex SHEEN†- assesses the Cordle video.]

(Studio: Jake Tapper) Live discussion held with criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos about the online confession. [GERAGOS - says the videotape will come into evidence and taking responsibility is admirable and shows some degree of remorse.]

Reporter(s):
Tapper, Jake;
Carroll, Jason
Duration:
00:06:40

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