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Afghanistan War / Murder Investigation #975560

CNN Evening News for Monday, Sep 27, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Studio: Drew Griffin) The investigation of the murder for sport of Afghani civilians by US soldiers led by S/Sgt. Calvin Gibbs featured; videotapes shown of the interrogation of accused soldiers Cpl. Jeremy Morlock and Cpl. Emmitt Quintal about the criminal activity. [Morlock attorney Mike WADDINGTON - comments on the case: how the Army loaded his client up on drugs and Gibbs bragged about killing innocent people; states it is impossible that no one knew what was happening with the drugged-up soldiers.] The photographs of Army soldiers holding up body parts of dead Afghan civilians discussed.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew
Duration:
00:07:30

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