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Step 8: Anderson goes to the hospital to talk to the administrator about the incident. -Anderson finds out the Jinandari was dead when she arrived and because of the tsunami had been destroyed she was moved to another hospital. This is a direct source because she witnessed what happened and it is convincing because it’s their job to see who is being admitted to the hospital. Step 9: Anderson wants to find her body so he goes to the other hospital in search of it. -He only finds thousand of photos on the wall of dead people. These were up in hopes of people being able to identify them. He brought photos of the kids but with the bodies being corpses it was hard to find them. This is direct evidence because he found where the body is at even though he wasn’t able to see it. It is convincing because the tsunami affected a lot of people and a lot have died because of it. Step 10: Anderson steps into the mass grave. -He learns that bodies are being carried by bulldozers and carried into pits and that new graves are dug but for the dead who have no names. These don’t have any headstone or markers. This is direct evidence and convincing because he sees what the end result of the tsunami is and how it is impossible to find the bodies at that point.
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  • Fall '13
  • BettyDeckard
  • English-language films, Circumstantial evidence, Child abduction, Anderson Cooper, first time Anderson Cooper

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