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Virginia / Muhammad Execution / D.C. Sniper Case #952714

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 10, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The execution in Virginia of DC sniper John Muhammad reported. [Virginia department of corrections Larry TRAYLOR@- announces the execution.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The timeline of the "October Terror" story of the 2002 DC sniper shootings reviewed; scenes shown from the sites of shootings & the 2002 news coverage. [Former Montgomery County assistant police chief Deidre WALKER@- comments on violence & randomness; talks about teenager Lee Malvo; recounts their arrest.] [CNN's Joe JOHNS - says people were going about their daily lives.] [CNN's COOPER, Jeanne MESERVE, REPORTER, truck driver Ron LANTZ@, CNN's Gary TUCHMAN@- comment on the sniper story.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Virginia: Jeanne Meserve) Meserve's past interview with John Muhammad, who refused to talk about the crimes, discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Meserve, Jeanne

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