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Football / Taylor Murder / Arrests (Part I) #879315

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 30, 2007
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[Miami-Dade police director Robert PARKER†- says four individuals were arrested.]

(New Hampshire: Anderson Cooper) The arrest of suspects in the murder of pro football player Sean Taylor reported. [PARKER - describes what happened at Taylor's residence and his shooting by men who then fled.]

(New Hampshire: Anderson Cooper; Ft. Myers: John Zarrella) The breaking news on arrests of four young men in the Taylor murder during a robbery outlined and discussed. [PARKER - says they were expecting the residence to be unoccupied.] [Suspect's grandmother Millie HENDRICKS†- responds to questions about her grandson and the murder.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Zarrella, John

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