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New York, New York / Boy's Murder / A Discussion #997544

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jul 14, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The videotape of the 9-year-old boy, Leiby Kletzky, who was murdered by Levi Aron††, shown; Aron's statement to WNBC about the crime quoted. [In live interview, assemblyman Dov HIKIND†- comments on the boy who went to day camp in Brooklyn and never returned; recounts how volunteers and police searched for the boy; notes the lessons about protecting the children.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with HLN's Drew Pinsky and InSession's Sunny Hostin about the boy's murder. [PINSKY - says Aron may be a true sociopath; advises people to trust their instincts.] [HOSTIN - comments on the mental evaluation.]

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