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Vatican Scare / Pope #963650

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 25, 2009
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) Report introduced.

(Vatican City: Allen Pizzey) The Vatican’s review of security procedures following last night’s scare in which Susanna Maiolo†† lunged at Pope Benedict XVI down featured; scenes shown from St. Peter’s Basilica; photo shown of Maiolo, who tried the same thing last year; details given about the role of the Swiss Guard and the Vatican Gendarmerie. [American tourist Marybeth BURNS†- recounts what happened.] [Vatican spokesman Father Federico LOMBARDI†- says you could not have a security risk zero.] [CBS Vatican analyst Father Thomas WILLIAMS†- says the pope is always trying to get less things between him and his people.]

Glor, Jeff;
Pizzey, Allen

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