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North Carolina / Rudolph Capture / Stone Interview #729960

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jun 01, 2003
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Murphy, North Carolina: Gary Tuchman) The capture in the North Carolina mountains of bombing suspect Eric Rudolph after a five-year manhunt featured; details given about the FBI’s search for evidence; scenes shown of the Murphy, North Carolina, jail, from which he is awaiting a move to Asheville, where he will appear in court tomorrow. [Cherokee County sheriff’s department Sean MATTHEWS†- declines to answer reporters’ questions.] [Murphy RESIDENT – comments on the presence of armed FBI agents in town.] [FBI special agent Chris SWECKER†- says we’re trying not to be an occupational force.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Murphy, North Carolina: Art Harris) The question of how Rudolph survived as a fugitive for five years examined; scenes shown of a site that may have served as a supply station. [Former Georgia Bureau of Investigation agent Charles STONE††– speculates on how Rudolph survived.] Rudolph’s survival skills discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Stone about how Rudolph was able to evade the massive manhunt for so long. [In Murphy, STONE – comments on Rudolph’s proximity to civilization; says Rudolph was adept at changing his appearance; states Rudolph probably had multiple camps; says investigators are aware of the possibility of booby traps; speculates on what might be found at the main hideout.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary;
Harris, Art

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