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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Miami: John Zarrella) The case in Florida in which sex offender John Couey murdered 9-year-old Jessica Lunsford featured; tape played of Couey's confession that has been thrown out by the judge because he asked for a lawyer. [Father Mark LUNSFORD- comments.] [In court, circuit Judge Ric HOWARD- makes ruling.] [Citrus County Sheriff Jeff DAWSY- comments on the case.] The evidence against Couey reviewed. [Former US attorney Kendall COFFEY- comments on the prosecution's case.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Taped discussion held with CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin about the Couey trial. [TOOBIN - talks about the jury selection, the sequestering of the jury, the judge's decision to throw out the confession, the evidence against Couey & why Couey's past crimes are inadmissible.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Zarrella, John
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