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Peterson Case / A Body; A Discussion #883650

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jan 25, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on the possible discovery in Chicago of the body of Stacy Peterson, who has been missing since October 28, reported; aerial scenes shown from the area.

(Chicago: Susan Roesgen) The crime scene investigation featured; scenes shown of this industrial area near train tracks; details recalled of the evidence about a blue container and what has been reported about these remains; inset photos shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with TruTV anchor Lisa Bloom and Roesgen about the Peterson case. [BLOOM - explains why the blue barrel is crucial evidence against husband Drew Peterson; states Drew has virtually been dancing on her grave for weeks.] [ROESGEN - explains the background of the Peterson family.] Inset video shown of suspect Drew Peterson.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Atlanta: Sanjay Gupta) Dealing with a frozen and decomposed body and what evidence on the body will be looked for to identify the person and cause of death discussed. [On the phone, forensic pathologist Dr. Cyril WECHT†- explains how the body will be handled, how the area is searched and how the pathology and forensic anthropology, odontology, entomology will be worked out; raises questions about the level of decomposition of this body.] Inset video shown from the site where the body was found.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Roesgen, Susan;
Gupta, Sanjay
Duration:
00:12:40

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