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World Trade Center and Pentagon Bombings #732505

CNN Special for Saturday, Sep 15, 2001

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Note: blank tape from 2:03:00-2:28:00

Anchors: 2:00 Aaron Brown

Reporters: 2:00 Bobby Batista / 2:53 Miles O'Brien / 2:55 General Wesley Clark

Interviews: Representative Jerrold Nadler

Family members of victims: none

Eyewitnesses: none

Live video: 2:00:00 "Talk Back Live" with Bobby Batista- reactions of civilians & police officers to terrorist attacks and possibility of going to war, interviews with Representative Jerrold Nadler

Video footage: none

Public statements: 2:00:00-2:01:10 concluding remarks as NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani & Fire Commissioner comment on losses from terrorist attacks

Reporter(s):
Batista, Bobby;
O'Brien, Miles;
Clark, General Wesley
Duration:
01:00:00

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