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New York / Prison Break / Sheriff Interview (Part I) #1085797

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jun 29, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Constable, New York: Gary Tuchman) The timeline for the takedown of David Sweat, the escapee from the New York state prison, featured; scenes shown from the rural area. [New York state police Supt. Joseph D'AMICO@- recounts Sgt. Jay Cook confronting Sweat on the road.] [VISITOR, Constable resident Michael DOYLE - describe what happened.] The forest area here near the Canada border discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Albany: Miguel Marquez) What Sweat is saying about the plans for their escape with the help of Joyce Mitchell, who got cold feet, leading the pair to scramble for a getaway & Richard Matt's appearance when he was caught discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Franklin County Sheriff Kevin Mulverhill. [From Constable, MULVERHILL - describes Sweat's condition after he was shot; explains why we patrolled the area near Canada, how Mitchell was Plan A, whether others in the prison will be implicated in having a role in the escape plan; comments on the capture/shooting of Sweat,]

Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary;
Marquez, Miguel

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