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New York / Prison Break / Walsh Interview / The Police Dogs (Part III) #1085034

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jun 11, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with CNN's John Walsh about the ongoing manhunt in New York state for two escaped prisoners, David Sweat@ & Richard Matt@. [WALSH - speculates about these two guys on the run, who may try to wait it out; explains how technology helps law enforcement, how it may be to their advantage to go to Canada.]

(Decatur, Georgia: Gary Tuchman) The use of dogs to track the scent of escaped killers examined; scenes shown from Georgia of police dogs training. [DeKalb County police Sgt. Frank CUSIMANO@, Officer Lynn ESHLERMAN- explain what the dogs can do.] The problems in tracking over time or in wind discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary

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