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Hoffman Death / Heroin / A Discussion #1059600

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 04, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The police investigation into the heroin-related death of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman introduced.

(New York: Jason Carroll) The investigation into Hoffman's death featured; details given of Hoffman's ATM activity. [Journalist John ARUNDEL†- comments on Hoffman's physical appearance.] The need for the medical examiner to test substances found in his apartment discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live in-studio discussion held with John Jay College of Criminal Justice Ric Curtis and for undercover DEA agent Michael Levine about heroin. [CURTIS - talks about what is mixed in with heroin, how the drug is sold and marketed; explains how drugs make you feel, overdose training and heroin messenger delivery systems.] [LEVINE - explains how heroin is marketed by dealers with deadly heroin being hot for sale; recounts his brother's addiction problem.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Carroll, Jason

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