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Football / Taylor Murder / Arrests / Attorney's Interview (Part II) #879318

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 30, 2007
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(New Hampshire: Anderson Cooper) The arrest of four men in connection with the murder of pro football player Sean Taylor reported; photos of the four shown. [In interview via phone, Taylor lawyer Janice Burton SHARPSTEIN†- reacts to the arrests in Sean's murder and the speculation about them being linked to Sean's family or friends; comments on how celebrities get "special exposure" to being targeted and are in particular danger.]

(New Hampshire: Anderson Cooper; studio: Jeffrey Toobin) The question of intent in this homicide during the course of a robbery, how the four suspects will likely be tried, how a confession will be beneficial to the prosecution and the relevance of the suspects knowing it was Taylor's house discussed.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Toobin, Jeffrey
Duration:
00:06:40

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