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Iraq War / Killing at the Canals (Part V) #953254

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 19, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The CNN continuing report on the story of three Army sergeants who were convicted of premeditated murder in war for killing four Iraqis re-introduced.

(No location given: Abbie Boudreau) How the dark secret about the killings at the canal came to light presented; scenes shown from the Army interrogation tape of Sgt. Michael Leahy & other soldiers explaining what happened in the shootings; details given about the conviction of Sgt. John Hatley. [In interview, former Army sergeant Jess CUNNINGHAM - explains why he did not report the crime right away; reiterates he did the right thing; criticizes Hatley.] [Hatley attorney David COURT†- questions Cunningham's motives.] How Cunningham, has been treated since he came forward discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Boudreau, Abbie

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