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Rap Sheet / Weintraub, Murphy Interviews #751215

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Mar 21, 2004
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(White House: Dana Bash) The dismissal of espionage charges against Muslim chaplain Capt. James Yee, who worked with detainees at the American prison camp at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, noted. Live discussion held with criminal defense attorney Jayne Weintraub† and former federal prosecutor Wendy Murphy† about the damage to Yee’s reputation and the Kobe Bryant sexual assault case. [WEINTRAUB, MURPHY – comment on what rights an individual has when the government makes an accusation and then drops the charges; argue about the political & legal implications in Yee’s case; mention the Richard Jewell Olympic bombing case; debate the judge’s ruling that the victim in the Bryant case will have to be questioned about her sexual history.]

Lin, Carol;
Bash, Dana

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