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Virginia / Missing College Student / Graham & Harrington / A Discussion #1072513

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 30, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Charlottesville: Jean Casarez) The disappearance of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham reviewed; surveillance video shown; details given about the 2009 murder of teenager Morgan Harrington, who attended a concert at the university & found dead later & a possible link of arrested Jesse Matthew to the two cases. [Charlottesville police Chief Timothy LONGO@- says we have nothing.] The DNA testing to tie the two cases together discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with father of abducted girl Ed Smart & John Jay College of Criminal Justice Lawrence Kobilinsky about the two cases. [KOBILINSKY - explains the investigation by law enforcement for DNA evidence, the similarities in the rape/murder cases.] [SMART - talks about the "missing phase" in an abduction; promotes a law to take DNA samples from felony suspects.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Casarez, Jean

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