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Ukraine / Plane Disaster / A Discussion #1068785

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 18, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The crash site in Ukraine for Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, images from inside the plane before takeoff for Kuala Lumpur, a missile system with one missile missing, smoke from the downed jet, the debris field shown. [President OBAMA - says Russian support facilitated the violence by the separatists.] Rebel audio recordings played and witness accounts of the plane going down recounted. [Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe Michael BOCIURKIW†- comments on this "crime scene" guarded by men with guns.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Grabove, Ukraine: Phil Black) The human bodies in the debris field with questions about when an investigation can get underway and the bodies moved with the pro-Russian rebels in control of the area discussed; scenes shown of the large plane debris.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Richard Quest, aviation safety analyst David Soucie, former CIA/FBI official Philip Mudd and former Transportation Department inspector general Mary Schiavo about the plane crash, the investigation. [QUEST - comments on the problem of setting up an investigation.] [SOUCIE - comments on the problem of processing the bodies.] [BLACK - outlines the reports about who is controlling the debris field.] [SCHIAVO - says a thousand investigators are needed there; comments on plane shootdowns in hostile areas.] [MUDD - talks about the criminal aspects of the investigation.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Black, Phil
Duration:
00:16:10

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