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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 06, 2002
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Studio: Bill Hemmer) An audiotape of the sounds of destruction on September 11 as the hijacked planes hit the World Trade Center featured; excerpts played from a hidden microphone tape recorder worn by government informant Steve McArdle† with transcriptions of the audible words outlined on screen.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with independent radio documentary "Lost & Found Sounds Sonic Memorial Project" producer Nikki Silva about the 9/11 audiotape. [From San Francisco, SILVA - says the audiotape captures the moment; explains the goals of the project of collecting audio of this moment of history; says it is sad listening to the telephone messages, which come from every vantage point.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Hemmer, Bill

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