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World Trade Center and Pentagon Bombings #730304

CNN Special for Wednesday, Sep 12, 2001

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Anchors: 7:03 Judy Woodruff / 7:05 Wolf Blitzer / 7:05 Greta Van Susteren / 7:44 Jeff Greenfield

Reporters: 7:07 Bill Delaney / 7:09 Kelli Arena / 7:12 John King / 7:15 Miles O'Brien / 7:38 Susan Candiotti / 7:41 Mike Boettcher

Interviews: 7:20:00 Boston Herald journalist Jonathan Wells / 7:22:00 Senator Richard Shelby / 7:23:00 Former CIA Director James Woolsey / 7:24:00 Former State Department Official Larry Johnson / 7:32:00 Former FBI special agent Bill Hinshaw commenting on airport security / 7:32:00 Former N.Y. Police Commissioner Ray Kelly commenting on airport security / 7:47:00 Senator John McCain commenting on threat of war

Eyewitnesses: none

Live video: 7:00:00-7:03:30 conclusion of Prayer Vigil at the U.S. Capitol building with remarks from Senator Barbara Mikulski / 7:15:00 flight patterns of hijacked planes and hypothesized course of events on the planes

Video footage: various pictures of WTC towers / 7:38:00 pictures from homes and flight school in Vero Beach, Florida / 7:42:00 pictures of Osama Bin Laden

Public statements: none

Reporter(s):
Arena, Kelli;
Boettcher, Mike;
Candiotti, Susan;
Delaney, Bill;
King, John;
O'Brien, Miles
Duration:
01:00:00

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