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Interview: Kerrey #439047

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 25, 2001
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(Washington: Wolf Blitzer) Taped interview held with former Senator Bob Kerrey about his admissions about the Vietnam War. [KERREY - describes what happened in a fire zone in Vietnam in February 1969 in which we returned fire mistakenly killing women and children in the village; says we were on a mission expecting to find military leadership; responds to charges from squad member Gerhard Klann about what happened on the mission; expresses his feeling in detail about the event; responds to the "cynicism" in the Wall Street Journal article.] [Today, Senator John KERRY - praises Kerrey.] Statement from the "Wall Street Journal" about Kerrey's political motives in telling his story at this time quoted.

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