Description: NEWSFEED: 10/22/02, RUMSFELD DISCUSSES THE UN RESOLUTION, PRESS CONFERENCES ABOUT THE MARYLAND SNIPER CASE, BUSH SPEAKING ; DX PENTAGON: Rumsfeld discussing UN Resolution, answering press questions ; DX CONT'D: Yep, he's still going, we just now got a peek of the big shot general buddy of Rumsfeld's next to him: Still UN ; DX CONT'D: General Meyers answering questions about military build upin Persian Gulf ; DX MARYLAND SNIPER: Reporter does standup: Bus driver shot by sniper. Aerial: suburban road covered w/ emergency vehicles ; DX CONT'D: Bus surrounded by cop cars, cops talking to each other, Chief Moose hold press conference, bad traffic ; DX MARYLAND SNIPER: TRACK Police Chief Moose walking out to podium for press conf. Recieved communication. Threat from sniper ; NX MARYLAND SNIPER: TRACK Police Chief Moose walking to podium. He talks to sniper about options for further communication ; DX ROSE GARDEN: Bush giving a speech praising military's recent efforts ; DX CONT'D: He's talking about his new military defense budget. Thanks Congress. Complains about unfinished legislation; DX CONT'D: Bush leaves podium, sits at a desk, signs two bills (he can write!?), shakes hands of Congressmen, military peds ; DX DC/MARYLAND SNIPER: Police Chief Moose at press conf podium: Most recent killing related, FBI Agent discusses ballistics ; DX CONT'D: Moose gets back on the mic, asks peds to call hotline, woman asks for more witnesses to come forward, Moose: Call us! ; DX CONT'D: Moose answering questions about the tip line ; DX CONT'D: Another guy in a suit answering questions about case. Same guy answers questions about tip line; DX CONT'D: Another guy steps in to defend their process in selectively releasing information ; DX CONT'D: Moose and entourage leave podium ; DX WHITE HOUSE: Bush giving speech about protecting children, mentions DC/Maryland sniper case ; DX CONT'D: Bush tells us that the Internet is good, but also bad for kids;
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