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Moore, Oklahoma / Workplace Murders / A Discussion #1072401

CNN Evening News for Friday, Sep 26, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Martin Savidge) The FBI investigation of a beheading at the Vaughan Foods plant in Moore, Oklahoma, when a disgruntled employee, Alton Nolan, attacked two women before being shot by a company executive, Mark Vaughan, reviewed; scenes shown; details given about Nolan, who converted to Islam & tried to convert co-workers. [Moore police dept. Sgt. Jeremy LEWIS@- describes what Nolan did.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former FBI/CIA official Philip Mudd & former FBI profiler Mary Ellen O'Toole about this crime. [MUDD - outlines how the Nolan investigation has to be handled; worries about the uniqueness of beheading in this case.] [O'TOOLE - speculates about Nolan's history of violence.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Savidge, Martin
Duration:
00:09:10

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