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North Carolina / Rudolph Capture / Hughes Interview #729829

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jun 02, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Birmingham: Brian Cabell) The arrest of Eric Rudolph on several bombing charges featured; scenes shown from the bombings in Atlanta's Olympic Park & two other sites. [Jefferson County, Alabama, Sheriff Mike HALE†- describes Rudolph's demeanor.] [Rudolph attorney Sean DEVEREUX†- denies Rudolph was near the bombings.] [Birmingham bombing victim Emily LYONS†- denies forgiveness.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Murphy: Art Harris) The search at Rudolph's campsites in the mountains above Murphy, North Carolina, reviewed.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Interview held with Murphy Mayor Bill Hughes about Rudolph. [HUGHES - says he does not believe Rudolph received help from Murphy residents; states no one approves of the acts Rudolph is accused of committing; praises the rookie policeman who caught Rudolph.]

Brown, Aaron;
Cabell, Brian;
Harris, Art

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