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America Votes 2004 / Democratic National Convention / Security / Flynn Interview #760961

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jul 24, 2004
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Boston: Bob Franken) The unprecedented effort to protect the Democratic National Convention in Boston featured; details given of legal action prompted by the penned areas where protestors must gather. [Virginia delegate Theresa KERN†, DELEGATE- comment.] [PROTESTOR – says there are not supposed to be cages where you exercise your First Amendment right.]

(Studio: Carol Lin) Live interview held with Massachusetts Public Safety Edward Flynn† about security at the convention. [FLYNN – says the post-9/11 world has set a different standard; comments on an FBI warning that a domestic terrorist group may be targeting media vehicles; comments on preparing for different scenarios; cites examples of security measures.] Tomorrow night’s preview of the convention on CNN noted.

Lin, Carol;
Franken, Bob

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