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Arizona / Airport Death / Gotbaum / Brooks Interview #874598

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 04, 2007
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Phoenix airport video shown of Carol Ann Gotbaum being confronted by the police.

(Phoenix: Joe Johns) The pictures preserving the last minutes of Gotbaum's life examined; airport camera video shown; details given about what is shown and not shown in video, why there are no cameras in the holding cells and the dispute about the parts of the body. [Family attorney Michael MANNING†- says there is no video from that part of the airport; states parts of the body were not turned over by the pathologists.] [Former medical examiner Jonathan ARDEN†- says information should not be hidden.] Reports of Gotbaum's behavior in the holding room and the communications between husband Noah Gotbaum and the airport officials and police discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The airport security tape of Gotbaum's behavior with police commentary featured. [Voice of Phoenix police Sgt. Mike POLOMBO†- describes what is happening on the tape and Gotbaum's conduct with TSA officers.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with CNN security analyst Mike Brooks about the videotape. [BROOKS - describes the police response with no excessive force; explains how she was apparently strangled by the shackle chain.] Other material: [Voice of eyewitness Paige HARMON†- describes what happened to Gotbaum and the force used.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Johns, Joe

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