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October Terror / The D.C. Snipers / News Coverage #952677

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 09, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The Supreme Court's denial of a stay of execution for DC sniper John Muhammad, slated for death by lethal injection tomorrow, reported.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The weeks of terror in October 2002 with the random sniper shootings reviewed; scenes of the 2002 news coverage & map of shooting sites shown. [Former Montgomery County assistant police chief Deidre WALKER†- comments on the level of violence by a person who snapped, but we were chasing a ghost.] [CNN's Joe JOHNS, CNN assignment editor Vito MAGGIOLO†, survivor Iran BROWN†, police Chief Charles MOOSE†, CNN's Jeanne MESERVE†, REPORTER, COOPER, WALKER, Daryn KAGAN; NBC's Tom BROKAW - recount the reaction to the shootings in Montgomery County.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Joe Johns) The lack of patterns in the sniper shootings, the lack of apparent motives & what happens at the execution of Muhammad discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Johns, Joe

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