Sunday, December 16, 2012

Anderson Cooper 360, A Special Edition: Newtown Remembers, Sunday, December 16, 2012


Anderson Cooper opened a Special Edition of AC360 remembering the victims....

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CLERGY JOIN TOGETHER TO COMFORT NEWTOWN:  Rev. Crebbin & Rabbi Praver counseled parents at Sandy Hook:  Interview by Anderson Cooper

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REMEMBERING DAWN HOCHSPRUNG, Principal's husband and children honor her memory:  Report by Gary Tuchman and follow up with Anderson

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KINDERGARTEN TEACHER READ TO STUDENTS DURING ATTACK, Janet Vollmer kept students calm:  Interview by Anderson

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VIDEO REMEBRANCE OF ANA MARQUEZ-GREENE, 6 Years Old

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"WE CAN'T ACCEPT EVENTS LIKE THIS AS ROUTINE" Pres. Obama speaks at memorial service:  A clip of part of President Obama's speech was played and then discussed by Anderson and Wolf

DAUGHTER'S FAVORITE TEACHER KILLED, Ms. Soto was Jordyn's first-grade teacher last year:  Anderson's interview with Nicole and Stephen Maddox

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HELPING NEWTOWN'S CHILDREN THROUGH GRIEF, Sunday school teacher faces heartbreaking questions:  Jason Carroll's interview with Sue Voelman, Trinity Episcopal Church School Director

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And that ended tonight's Special Edition of AC360 from Newtown, CT ~



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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is Anderson expected to report from Newtown on Monday night too?

Anonymous said...

Janet Vollmer's story, about how she kept her kindergarten children safe, as she read them a story, is amazing.
And her attitude is even more amazing, very serious, very matter of fact. She's one of the many hundreds of teachers doing a terrific job under horrendous conditions, in todays public schools.
Yes, these circumstances were most unusal, but teachers do this every day, with very little thanks from the public.
And most importantly, her expertise and experience were two major factors, that got her and her children out the door into safety.
She said she didn't want to be called a hero, but how many of us could have done what she did under such precarious circustances, and remained calm?
She was an excellent role model and the children followed her lead and they're alive.

Anonymous said...

The President should be commended for his no no nonsense tone during yesterday's services.
"We have to stop meeting this way,"
said all that was needed to be said and more.
Maybe now some meaningful legislation can be passed, and if not now, when.....?