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Cochran Death / Neufeld, Deutsch Interview #785133

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 29, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Death of lawyer Johnnie Cochran, who became famous for defending O.J. Simpson in the mid-1990s murder case, reported; photos & video shown. [In court, COCHRAN - "says if it {the glove} doesn't fit, you must acquit."]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with AP's Linda Deutsch & lawyer Peter Neufeld about Cochran's life & legal career. [In studio, NEUFELD - talks about Cochran's legacy in civil rights cases.] [From Santa Maria, DEUTSCH - talks about Cochran's electrifying courtroom presence.]

Brown, Aaron

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