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Connecticut / Home Invasion Murders / Zeins Interview #974880

CNN Evening News for Friday, Sep 17, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The Connecticut trial of one of the men who killed three members of the Petit family during a home invasion noted; bank teller's 911 call played.

(New York: Randi Kaye) The story of the men accused in the Connecticut murderers presented; Joshua Komisharjevsky††'s letter from prison read by an undisclosed friend; details given about how the men chose their victims in 2007, the past criminal record of Steven Hayes†† and Komisharjevsky; scenes shown from the halfway house in Connecticut where they met. [Forensic psychiatrist Helen MORRISON - analyzes the men's rage.] [Komisharjevsky's FRIEND - cries about the crime.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with ex-New York City police hostage negotiator Wallace Zeins† about the crime; inset bank surveillance video shown. [ZEINS - explains the hostage procedure at a site such as the Connecticut Petit house; outlines what one can do in a home invasion hostage situation, how to treat the hostage taker and not to try to escape.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi

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