Monday, December 17, 2012

Anderson Cooper 360, Monday 12/17/12


REMEMBERING JACK AND NOAH:

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NEWTOWN FIREFIGHTERS MOURN VICTIMS: Anderson speaks with Ray Corbo and Rob Manna

NEWTOWN NEIGHBORS OFFER SCHOOL FOR SANDY HOOK STUDENTS: Anderson and Kate Bolduan discuss

PREVENTING THE NEXT NEWTOWN: Anderson speaks with Roxanna Green whose daughter was killed in the Tucson shooting and Amardeep Kaleka whose father was killed in the temple shooting.

INVESTIGATORS FOCUS ON COMPUTERS, GUNS USED BY SHOOTER: Susan Candiotti speaks with AC about facts being uncovered in this case

INSIDE VIOLENT MINDS: Dr. Sanjay Gupta speaks with Anderson about research in the psychology of mass murders

MANY MYTHS SURROUND SCHOOL SHOOTINGS: Anderson speaks with Katherine Newman

COMFORT FROM 4-LEGGED VOLUNTEERS: Gary Tuchman reporting

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AMAZING GRACE:

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While this isn't directly related to AC360 or Anderson Cooper we thought it such a beautiful tribute that we just had to share.  The coaches and artists of The Voice pay tribute to the Connecticut shooting victims with Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah". 

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Another sad and heartbreaking 360. All of it done well. For me the standouts were Amardeep Kaleka on lessons learned after the Sikh temple shooting in Wisconsin, author Katherine Newman on the influence of video games and the segment by Gary Tuchman on therapy dogs. I loved that he introduced all of the dogs and noticed that they were all Golden Retriever or GR mixed.

And especially the 'Amazing Grace' video at the end. I held it together really well throughout the show until this piece and especially the picture of Dylan Hockley, looking so much like my own son at age 6.

Thanks for 'The Voice' clip, beautifully done and I had to reach for another kleenex.

Jaanza

Anonymous said...

Just a simple Thank You!

Anonymous said...

Love the idea of the comfort dogs.
It is a proven fact that animals do bring comfort to those in times of despair.
And this report should also include our feline friends as well.
Many nursing homes have cats to comfort and console the elderly.
Just by merely touching a purring cat, blood pressure is known to go down considerably.
Loved Gary's introduction by naming each dog...almost like those on a team.