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Stewart Case / The Sentence / Westport, Connecticut / Winans Interview #760081

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 16, 2004
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(Washington: Wolf Blitzer) Reports introduced.

(New York: Allan Chernoff) The prison sentence for Martha Stewart for lying to the government featured; courtroom sketches shown while the exchange between Stewart & Judge Miriam Cederbaum is quoted. [Outside court, STEWART - says she is not afraid & she will be back.] [Stewart attorney Walter DELLINGER†- talks about the appeal.] The sentence for Stewart's stock broker Peter Bacanovic†† noted.

(Washington: Wolf Blitzer) Report introduced.

(Westport, Connecticut: Alina Cho) The view from Stewart's home town of Westport, Connecticut, of Stewart's sentence featured; scenes shown of her Turkey Hill Farm home. [Four PEOPLE, Selectwoman Diane FARRELL†- offer their views on Martha.]

(Washington: Wolf Blitzer) Live interview held with author Foster Winans, who served time in a federal prison. [From New York, WINANS - reacts to Stewart's statements outside the court today & her bad attitude; describes life in the Danbury prison, which is a non-violent place; outlines why Stewart will have trouble adjusting to the controlled aspect of prison life; suggests Martha keep her head down & her mouth shut.]

Blitzer, Wolf;
Chernoff, Allan;
Cho, Alina

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