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Afghanistan / Tillman Death / Investigation / Goure Interview #821639

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 06, 2006
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The death of the Army's Pat Tillman in Afghanistan in 2004 recalled.

(San Jose, California: Ted Rowlands) The Pentagon's decision to hold a criminal investigation into Tillman's death featured; details given of the Army's varied accounts of his death. [Military law expert Eugene FIDELL††- explains criminal negligence.] [Family friend Pat DANDO†- comments.] [September 12, 2001, voice of TILLMAN - talks about his decision.] [Senator John McCAIN - praises Tillman.] [Army Lt. Gen. Philip KENSINGER†- says Tillman probably died from friendly fire.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Lexington Inst. Daniel Goure about Tillman's death & the multiple prior investigations. [GOURE - outlines what may or may not be known about the incident & the coverup; explains what "negligent homicide" on the battlefield means; wonders why the uniform & vest were destroyed.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Rowlands, Ted
Duration:
00:07:00

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