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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Report introduced.
(Bethlehem, Pennsylvania: Michael Okwu) The case of the New Jersey nurse Charles Cullen, accused of killing many hospital patients over the years, updated; scenes shown from the courtroom; details given about Cullen's questionable past of going from hospital to hospital that is leading to more death investigations. [Somerset County prosecutor Wayne FORREST- talks about the Cullen case.] [Alleged victim's niece Sharon JONES- says Cullen played God.] [St. Luke's Hospital spokesperson Susan SHANTZ- comments on Cullen.] Cullen's motive discussed.
(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Satellite problems noted. Live interview held with Somerset Medical Center Dennis Miller about the Cullen case. [From New York, MILLER - says this happened because the system is broken & national legislation is needed about hospital personnel, including a national registry; outlines the impressions of Cullen.]
- Blitzer, Wolf;
- Okwu, Michael
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