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South Korea / US Ambassador Attack / A Discussion (Part I) #1079846

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 04, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The knife wounding of American Ambassador to South Korea Mark Lippert% in an attack in Seoul reviewed; scenes shown of Lippert after the injuries.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Seoul: Paula Hancocks) The attack on the ambassador at a breakfast meeting, the background of the attacker, the security at this kind of event discussed; video of the attacker & photos of Lippert shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former ambassador Christopher Hill about the attack. [From Seoul, HILL - says it is a low-security environment.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with US-China Inst. of Southern California Mike Chinoy, former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino & CNN analyst Lt. Col. James Reese about the incident. [REESE, CHINOY - offer views on security.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Hancocks, Paula

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