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Campaign 2008 / New Hampshire / Hostage Crisis / A Discussion #879312

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 30, 2007
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(New Hampshire: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with psychiatrist Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman and former "Washington Post" reporter "Crazy" author Pete Earley about the background to hostage situations like that carried out today in Rochester, New Hampshire, by Leeland Eisenberg. [LIEBERMAN - speculates about Eisenberg's actions at presidential candidate Senator Hillary Clinton's office that were an expression of desperation; comments on the availability of and problems in treatment for mental illness.] [EARLEY - comments on the difficulty in getting treatment for those with mental problems.]

(New Hampshire: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Somersworth, New Hampshire: Jim Acosta) Eisenberg's background of mental health problems reviewed. [NEIGHBORS - comment on Eisenberg's behavior.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Acosta, Jim

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