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Smith Deaths / Anna and Daniel / Harding Interview #856116

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 26, 2007
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Nassau, Bahamas: Rusty Dornin) The deaths of Anna Nicole Smith's son Daniel and Anna herself from drug combinations examined; details given about the investigation in the Bahamas into Daniel's death; scenes shown from the courtroom where the inquest will be carried out. [Chief magistrate Roger GOMEZ†- comments on Daniel's death.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Taped interview held with private investigator Jack Harding† about Anna's death. [HARDING - talks about Anna's drug habits, his own dealings with Daniel, who had a dream about his mother's death and his interest in investigating Howard Stern, who was controlling access to Daniel's mother.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Dornin, Rusty

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