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Gulf of Mexico / Oil Spill / Kruse Suicide / Kennon Interview #968791

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jun 24, 2010
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(New Orleans: Anderson Cooper) The suicide of Alabama charter boat captain Allen Kruse† reported; photo shown; details given about the strain all along the Gulf coast since the oil spill..

(Orange Beach, Alabama: David Mattingly) The stress problems on Kruse & other in the coastal community examined; photo & his boat The Rookie in Orange Beach, Alabama, shown. [Brothers Marc & Frank KRUSE†, Capt. Ben FAIREY†- comment on their brother/friend.] [A month ago, A. KRUSE - comments.]

(New Orleans: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Mayor Tony Kennon about Kruse's suicide. [KENNON - says Allen snapped, we feel hopeless, BP is spinning falsehoods & he is angry due to corporate greed; outlines the mental health support that is available; comments on the new BP ad that lies with statistics.] BP TV ad shown.

Cooper, Anderson;
Mattingly, David

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