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Justice Department / Stevens Case / Holder Interview #928610

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 08, 2009
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(Studio: Katie Couric) The warning from Attorney General Eric Holdier to prosecutors in the wake of the overturning of the corruption case against Senator Ted Stevens reported.

(Washington: Katie Couric) An exclusive CBS News interview held with Holder; details given about his background & his relationship with President Obama. [HOLDER - talks about corruption in law enforcement in Mexico, the drug war & what can be done right away to reduce the flow of weapons; comments on guns, the Second Amendment, NRA & guns available at gun shows in light of recent mass shootings; speaks about the Guantanamo Bay detainees, where they might end up, whether they might be tried & the issue of torture; responds to former Vice President Dick Cheney's criticism of terrorism policy & what President Obama's administration is doing.]

(Studio: Katie Couric) What Holder said about his relationship with the White House noted.

Couric, Katie

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