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Campaign 2008 / New Hampshire / Hostage Crisis / Clinton Press Conference #879309

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 30, 2007
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(New Hampshire: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on the hostage drama that unfolded in a Senator Hillary Clinton campaign office in New Hampshire featured; scenes shown from Rochester, where Leeland Eisenberg stood off the police after declaring he wore a pipe bomb and of him surrendering six hours later; details given about his exchanges with CNN staffers, his release of hostages and his anger over the mental health care system. [WITNESS, police Capt. Paul CALLAGHAN†, voices of CNN political producer Sareena DALLA† and former FBI hostage commander Dan COULSON†- describe what happened.] [Earlier, in Washington, CLINTON - expresses gratitude the dangerous situation ended well; comments on the young people.] [Now, at press conference, CLINTON - shows the team that resolved the hostage situation in Rochester; thanks the Rochester people by name; answers press questions about what happened and her campaign schedule.] [Police OFFICIAL - answers questions about the hostage incident.]

(New Hampshire: Anderson Cooper) Eisenberg's background reviewed; scenes shown of him after he surrendered.

(New Hampshire: Anderson Cooper, Jason Carroll) Eisenberg's calls to CNN about his mental health, how he was well known to local police, his problems with his wife and his lawsuit against the archdiocese of Boston discussed.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Jason, Anderson Cooper,
Duration:
00:17:10

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