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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 31, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Macon, Georgia: Victor Blackwell) The new federal investigation into the death of high school student Kendrick Johnson in Valdosta, Georgia, last January examined; gym surveillance video and local rallies shown; details given of questions about the investigation and the cause of death that led to a second autopsy. [US attorney Michael MOORE†- calls for a formal review of the cause of his death; states we need facts about the death.] [Grandmother Barbara ENGLISH†- reacts to the news of the investigation.] [With Wolf Blitzer, father Kenneth JOHNSON†, attorney Benjamin CRUMP - say Kendrick was murdered.] The coroner's investigation with an inquest in addition to the Justice Department investigation discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin and criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos about the Johnson case. [TOOBIN - talks about the problem about the lack of evidence after so much time has passed.] [GERAGOS - says this is a hard case to revisit the forensics.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Blackwell, Victor

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