Friday, November 22, 2013

Anderson Cooper 360 Friday, 11/22/2013

A taped edition of AC360 aired in the 8:00PM ET hour.  The hour was devoted to the assassination of President Kennedy, his legacy, conspiracy theories, JFK's Air Force One and it's role that day, Jackie Kennedy's pink suit (repeated segment from last night's program) and remembering Dallas Policeman, J.D. Tippet.  Susan Hendricks was live with a 360 News & Business Bulletin.

Anderson opened AC360 with a summation of the days events and reflections ~


And closed the program with a remembrance of J.D. Tippet, the Dallas policeman killed that same November day by Oswald ~


We posted this "selfie" of Anderson with Dr. Ruth on Wednesday night, but tonight we are adding a clip from Dr. Ruth's appearance on AC360 Later - she reveals several things about herself that surprise the panel ~


And Dr. Ruth's PR person, Pierre Lehu posted this picture of himself with Anderson on his Twitter page ~

AC360 Transcript
AC360 Podcast

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Why can't people accept the fact that Oswald was a crazy, that acted alone?
Yes, he was the first 'prominent crazy,' but he was "crazy" just the same.'
He even looked crazy, and then there were more crazies that poured out of the woodwork all through the turbulant sixties.
Even now, the Boston bombers, are a perfect example. They were influenced by other factors, foreign influences, but they still, acted alone.
In fifty years we have still not found closure with the one assassin theory.
This was an accident waiting to happen: an open limo, a bright sunny day, and the perfect target,
from a sharp shooter with a chip on his shoulder. History made it that easy.