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Wichita, Kansas / Abortion Doctor's Murder / Carhart, Elder Interviews #934697

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 02, 2009
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(Los Angeles: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Dr. Leroy Carhart†, a friend of Dr. George Tiller who was murdered in Wichita, Kansas. [CARHART - reacts to the loss of Tiller; explains his view of abortion & making the option available to women; comments {refutingly} on a "Washington Post" report on third trimester abortions.]

(Los Angeles: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Diane Elder, who chose not to have a late-term abortion; family photos shown. [ELDER - explains why she decided to deliver her baby who would be born with a chromosomal abnormality & her reaction to the baby girl who lived for 12 hours; comments on Tiller's death.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:10:20

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