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Atlanta, Georgia / Courthouse Shootings / A Review (Part I) #783171

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 14, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The end of a long day following the courthouse shootings in Fulton County, Georgia, reviewed; scenes shown from Atlanta; details given of the media coverage & about the victims deputy Cynthia Hall, Judge Rowland Barnes, court reporter Julie Ann Brandau, deputy Hoyt Teasley & federal agent David Wilhelm & suspect Brian Nichols. [Fulton County Sheriff Myron FREEMAN†, witness Wanda TAPLIN††, "Atlanta Journal-Constitution" reporter Don O'BRIANT†, former hostage Ashley SMITH†, defense attorney Dennis SCHEIB†- recount what happened.] Diagrams shown of inmate Nichols overpowering deputy Hall. [Atlanta deputy police chief Alan DREHER†- says he overwhelmed a deputy.] [Fulton County superior court Chief Justice Dorris DOWNS†, Judge T. Jackson BEDFORD†- praise slain Judge Barnes.] [CNN's Nancy GRACE - remember Barnes & court reporter Brandau.] [Smith's former teacher Bonnie COLBER†- explains how Ashley Smith might have understood Nichols.] [Nichols attorney Barry HAZEN - talks about the Nichols' second trial.] [Former FBI agent Don CLARK†- says the procedures for handling prisoners will be reviewed.] What Nichols did in the courtroom reviewed; details given of accounts in the "Atlanta Journal-Constitution" of the shootings of the judge & court reporter [On local news, defense attorney eyewitness Renee ROCKWELL†- describes what happened in the chaos.] [FREEMAN - reads statement about the killing of county employees.]

Brown, Aaron

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