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South Africa / Pistorius Murder Trial / A Discussion #1061706

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 11, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Pretoria: Robyn Curnow) The seventh day at the trial in South Africa of Olympic athlete Oscar Pistorius for the shooting death of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, reviewed; scenes shown from the courtroom where the pathologist, a friend of Oscar about a gun testified shown. [Legal analyst Kelly PHELPS†- says the pathologist was a compelling witness for the state.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live in-studio discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin and John Jay College professor Lawrence Kobilinsky about the Pistorius trial. [TOOBIN - says the prosecution's case is strong so far; assesses the evidence making the defense case weak.] [KOBILINSKY - cites the significance of the forensics in the case, including Reeva's digestion, the scream.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Curnow, Robyn

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