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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 02, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Jacksonville, Florida & Little Rock: Drew Griffin) The warning signs about Maurice Clemmons, the man who murdered four police officers in Washington state, examined; details given about the parole process for Clemmons in the state of Arkansas & about his criminal background in & out of prison. [Pulaski County prosecutor Larry JEGLEY†- speaks about how dangerous Clemmons was & Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee's clemencies.] [In Jacksonville, HUCKABEE - says he read the entire files for Clemmons, who had been given an 108-year sentence.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Joe Johns) The recent criminal activity by Clemmons & how he got out of jail in Washington state discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Jeffrey Toobin) The legal case against Clemmons, the Huckabee clemency & the historic pardon power for governors discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew;
Johns, Joe;
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