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Segment 7 (9/11 Investigation) #744365

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 19, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The report from the chairman of the 9/11 commission that the terrorist attacks did not have to happen examined; details given about the refusal of the White House to provide information. [On CBS, Thomas KEAN†- says "they failed."] [White House press secretary Scott McCLELLAN - reacts.] [9/11 commissioner Tim ROEHMER†- calls the agreement poor; worries we are repeating the same organizational mistakes.] [September 23, KEAN - says some will be held accountable.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) The unveiling of the centerpiece for rebuilding Ground Zero {Freedom Tower} shown. Live ins-studio interview held with "New Yorker" architecture writer Paul Goldberger about the design. [GOLDBERGER - says the design turned out better than he hoped; explains why a skyscraper needs to be there for the shared New York City skyline; outlines all the expectations for this single building.] Design shown again.

Brown, Aaron

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