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Washington, DC / Sniper Shootings / Maryland / The Car #713616

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 01, 2002
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Washington: Kelli Arena) The connection of a September 14 shooting in Maryland to Washington, DC, area sniper suspects John Muhammad & John Malvo featured; scenes shown from the shooting site; details recalled of the police focus on a white van rather than the Chevrolet Caprice. [Liquor store owner Arnie ZELKOVITZ†- describes what happened.] [On October 15, Montgomery County police Chief Charles MOOSE†- comments on questions about the earlier case.] [Shooting witnesses Karl LARGIE†, Gail HOWARD†- describe a dark-colored Caprice.] [On October 13 & 26, MOOSE - downplays the Caprice.] The lack of motive for any of the shootings & the police tracking of the shooters' movements discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Arena, Kelli

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