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New York / Prison Break / A Discussion / Guard's Attorney Interview (Part II) #1085494

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jun 22, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Evidence indicating the whereabouts of the two escapees, David Sweat & Richard Matt, from the New York prison introduced. Live discussion held with former US marshals Lenny DePaul & John Cuff about the new leads. [CUFF, DePAUL - talks about the DNA evidence, the heavy terrain in which it will be hard for them to survive.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The possible role of prison guard Gene Palmer outlined. [In interview, Palmer attorney Andrew BROCKWAY - outlines Palmer's background & contact with the two inmates; states he had no knowledge of the planned break, the questioning of his client, who has not been charged.]

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