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Smith Deaths / Anna and Daniel / A Discussion #856374

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 29, 2007
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Nassau, Bahamas: Rusty Dornin) The roadblock to the inquest into the death of Daniel Smith, the son of the late Anna Nicole Smith, examined; details given about the legal questions, the publicity being generated by the case and other legal questions raised by Howard Stern. [Chief magistrate Roger GOMEZ†- talks about the jury.] [Bahama attorney Godfrey "Pro" PINDER†- calls it stalling tactics.] [Virgie Arthur's attorney Debbra ROSE†- talks about the DNA experts.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Taped discussion held with Court TV's Lisa Bloom about what is happening in the Bahamas. [BLOOM - explains the English-based jury system in the Bahamas; states how the many attorneys involved have delayed the legal process for the Daniel Smith inquest and how the witnesses are not forced to obey the subpoena power; outlines the possibility of civil suits after the inquest, which has been put off for a few weeks after Stern's appeal.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Dornin, Rusty

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