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Iraq War / Demonstrations / Johnson, Hutto Interviews #861787

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Mar 17, 2007
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Demonstrations in the US and overseas as the 4th anniversary of the Iraq war approaches noted; scenes shown from Washington, DC, of marches for and against the war and a massive anti-war protest in Madrid, Spain. Earlier interview held with veteran Joe Johnson† about whether the war has helped or hurt the US standing in the international community. [JOHNSON – says it has done both.] Live interview held with Navy PO Jonathan Hutto† about his view of the war. [HUTTO – says active military members have the right to appeal to Congress for redress; explains why he thinks the Iraq war is wrong; says the war in Afghanistan has some justification; responds to questions about his patriotism; explains what he wants Congress to do.]
Sanchez, Rick

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