::NC Attorney General Will Be On 60 Minutes

By Raleigh Chronicle Staff
Friday, April 13, 2007

RALEIGH - NC Attorney General Roy Cooper is scheduled to appear on CBS 60 Minutes TV show on Sunday night at 7pm.

According to a report on WRAL-TV today, the interview will be conducted by Leslie Stahl of the 60 Minutes crew. 

WRAL-TV said that in one excerpt from the interview, Cooper said his staff found some of the conduct of Nifong to be "offensive."

At a press conference attended by media from all over the country including CBS News anchor Katie Couric, NC Attorney General Roy Cooper announced on Wednesday at 2:30pm that all remaining charges are being dropped against three former Duke lacrosse players Reade Seligmann, David Evans and Collin Finnerty.

"The result is that these cases are over, and no more criminal proceedings will occur," said Cooper.


g more details about the findings of AG attorneys and investigators in the case.

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::NC Attorney General Will Be On 60 Minutes
 
At a press conference attended by media from all over the country, NC Attorney General Roy Cooper (above) announced on Wednesday at 2:30pm that all remaining charges are being dropped against three former Duke lacrosse players.

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::NC Attorney General Will Be On 60 Minutes

By Raleigh Chronicle Staff
Friday, April 13, 2007

RALEIGH - NC Attorney General Roy Cooper is scheduled to appear on CBS 60 Minutes TV show on Sunday night at 7pm.

According to a report on WRAL-TV today, the interview will be conducted by Leslie Stahl of the 60 Minutes crew. 

WRAL-TV said that in one excerpt from the interview, Cooper said his staff found some of the conduct of Nifong to be "offensive."

At a press conference attended by media from all over the country including CBS News anchor Katie Couric, NC Attorney General Roy Cooper announced on Wednesday at 2:30pm that all remaining charges are being dropped against three former Duke lacrosse players Reade Seligmann, David Evans and Collin Finnerty.

"The result is that these cases are over, and no more criminal proceedings will occur," said Cooper.


g more details about the findings of AG attorneys and investigators in the case.

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