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Road Rage / Nevada #1079520

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 24, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The story of the "road rage" case in Las Vegas in which Eric Nowsch is accused of the murder of Tammy Meyers introduced; photos shown. [Last night, Nowsch attorney Conrad CLAUS - comments on the Meyers-Nowsch relationship.]

(Las Vegas: Sara Sidner) The Meyers-Nowsch connection examined; scenes shown from the park where drugs were sold. [Husband Robert MEYERS - says Tammy consoled the boy in the park.] [Face disguised, Nowsch FRIEND - says she was buying things {weed} from him.] [Neighbor Rickie ROBERTSON@- says there is a bad drug {marijuana} crowd in the park.] [CLAUS - talks about "drugs."] Why the person's face was disguised & the changing details of the story discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Sidner, Sara

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