Description: NEWSFEED, 7/23/03, WAR IRAQ, JESSICA LYNCH HOMECOMING, PARADE, MILITARY BRIEFING ON KILLING OF UDAY/QUSAY HUSSEIN, SHOOTING @ NYC HALL;DX EXT large crowd of people wait alongside street, band plays, crowd keeps waiting, some people cross street; DX EXT z-in on motorcade, Jessica Lynch waves to crowd in ws, z-out as motorcade approaches, Lynch waves as car drives by;DX EXT cu American flag, press & police surround Lynch in car, she waves, laughs, var shots, car passes by in medium shot;DX EXT band plays, press & cops walk along Lynch's car, z-out back of motorcade, cu yellow ribbon on telephone pole; DX EXT cu sign 'Welcome Home Jessica!', pan across var shots of locals, ws main street, cars drive along, peds walk; DX EXT man looks to be hocking something to drivers passing by, INT General Sanchez holds briefing w/updates on war in Iraq; DX INT Gen. Sanchez updates press on status of battle in which Saddam's sons were killed, slides of forces & conditions of battle; DX INT z-out to press watching slideshow & taking notes, z-in Gen. Sanchez, he gives event-by-event timeline of battle; DX INT z-into empty screen, z-out to ws of room as Sanchez confirms that Saddam's sons are dead, Sanchez takes questions; DX INT Sanchez defends killing Saddam's sons to reporter, T/H female sits @ news desk waiting for segment to begin; DX INT T/H female news report, nx ext tracer fire in Baghdad, dx footage of Baghdad, photos of Hussein family; DX INT Uday Hussein sits @ chair, talking, still photo of him w/father, smoking cigar @ function, still of Qusay w/his father; DX EXT Saddam smiles & shakes hands, T/H answers questions from reporters not seen or heard; DX INT more of General Sanchez giving briefing & answering questions, z-out to ws of conference, z-in on Sanchez answering more ?s; DX INT NY Governor Pataki gives press conference about shooting @ City Hall, man sitting in courtroom, pan to judge;
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