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Iraq War / Checkpoint Shooting Case / Lozano #857341

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 10, 2007
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.

(New York: Lara Logan) The case of the shooting of Italian agent Nicola Calipari†† and journalist Giuliana Sgrena†† by American soldier Spc. Mario Lozano†† at a US roadblock checkpoint in Iraq presented; details given about what may have happened in the incident and how Lozano is being tried for murder in absentia. [LOZANO - says he has nightmares; recounts flashing a spotlight, firing warning shots and then shooting at the car; reiterates that warning shots were fired.] [Reserve Navy SEAL Dan O'SHEA†- says Calipari is to blame for his own death.]

Couric, Katie;
Logan, Lara

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