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Ukraine / Plane Shot Down / A Discussion #1068755

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jul 17, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The downing by a missile of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 flying from Amsterdam to Malaysia that disappeared over Ukraine introduced and reviewed; scenes shown of the wreckage, the flight path map, the moment of impact, debris. [CNN John BERMAN - announces the crash.]. [Freelance journalist Noah SNEIDER†- describes what happened as the plane exploded.] [President OBAMA - comments on the US offering assistance.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Jim Sciutto; studio: Richard Quest) The evidence indicating the plane was hit by a missile, whether the launch trajectory can be found, the evidence from the wreckage site, how the missile works, the social media report of a separatist shooting down the plane discussed; inset video of the wreckage shown. [Former FBI/CIA official Philip MUDD†- outlines the intelligence evidence of a missile and that Russian President Vladimir Putin already knows what happened.] ["Why Planes Crash" author David SOUCIE - speculates about what happened during the plane's explosion.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Sciutto, Jim;
Quest, Richard

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