Description: NEWSFEED: 12/31/02-1/1/03, G.W. BUSH, NEW YEARS IN LAS VEGAS, WESTERFIELD /DANIELLE VAN DAMME TRIAL ; NEW YEARS: NX WS Fireworks over Las Vegas skyline: VAR, Hi-angle WS Crowd gathered to party down, VAR Aerial WS Vegas fireworks; NEW YEARS: NX WS Crowd of party people, VAR Fireworks going off w/casinos in FG (lots of these shots), CU Girl watches fireworks ;NEW YEARS: VAR NX Fireworks explode over casinos (this goes on for a long time, w/practically every casino getting its own shot) ;NEW YEARS: NX WS Tower that reads '2003', VAR CU people talking heads ;WESTERFIELD TRIAL: INT CU Judge behind desk pan-r to Attorney talking head in courtroom, CU Westerfield, WS Prosecutor talking head; WESTERFIELD: INT CU Another prosecutor talking head (they're making arguments about whether West should get the death penalty) ;..Yeah, you know David Westerfield.. ..He kidnapped & killed that Van Damme girl..GW BUSH: DX MS GW Bush in Army jacket walks on stage shaking hands w/saluting soldiers in BG, MS Bush as crowd cheers in FG ;BUSH CONT: DX MS Man in camo talking head @ podium z-in as Bush replaces him & begins talking head (Celebrating New Year w/troops) ; BUSH CONT: Shot conts as Bush beats the war drum (this is the speech where he compares invading Iraq w/stopping the Nazis) ; BUSH CONT: WS Standing ovation for Bush as he ends war speech & shakes some hands, z-out very wide to see audience; WESTERFIELD TRIAL: INT CU Mr. Van Damme talks about dead daughter & why Westerfield should be put to death, CU Westerfield squirms ; WESTERFIELD CONT: CUMrs. Van Damme talks about daughter Danielle, CU Westerfield feels the heat, CU Brenda Van Damme, Mom talking head ; WESTERFIELD CONT: MS Prosecutor makes final statements, CU Westerfield declines comment, CU Judge hands down death sentence ;WESTERFIELD CONT: PAN to Defendent's table (Westerfield doesn't look so happy) as judge & attorneys set up trial dates ;
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