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Washington, DC / Mansion Fire Mystery / DNA Evidence / A Discussion (Part II) #1084133

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 22, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The arrest of Daron Wint in connection with the murder of a Washington, DC, family {Savvas, Amy & Phillip Savopoulos%} & their housekeeper {Vera Figueroa%} before a fire burned down the house noted.

(New York: Alexandra Field) How DNA evidence is collected as in this DC murder examined; scenes shown from a DNA identification lab in New York City to show the investigative process. [Mt. Sinai pathologist Dr. David ZHANG@- shows the "DNA fingerprint."]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with John Jay College of Criminal Justice professor Lawrence Kobilinsky & CNN legal analyst Danny Cevallos about DNA evidence. [KOBILINSKY, CEVALLOS - talk about the DNA database system, the case against Wint, a legal defense, other evidence in the house.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Field, Alexandra
Duration:
00:06:50

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