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Pennsylvania / Frein Manhunt / The Capture / Marshal Interview #1073922

CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 31, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Milford, Pennsylvania: Miguel Marquez) A look inside the capture after 48 days of Eric Frein, who killed a Pennsylvania state trooper, reviewed; scenes shown from the deep woods. [Pennsylvania state police Lt. Col. George BIVENS@- comments on Frein's shelter.] [Pennsylvania state police commissioner Frank NOONAN@, US Marshal Martin PAGE@, ATF agent Sam RABADI@- comment on the search: keep pushing him.] How Frein got his facial injuries discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Recent phone interview held with US Marshals Service Scott Malkowski about the capture of Frein. [MALKOWSKI - explains the makeup of the abandoned airfield area where he spotted Frein, his verbal exchange with Frein.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Marquez, Miguel

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