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Still A Sense Of Tension In San Bernardino Mountains After Shootout

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We're learning more about the events surrounding the apparent end of the manhunt for ex-Los Angeles Police Department officer Christopher Dorner. Authorities still have not positively identified the body found in the burned-out cabin in the San Bernardino Mountains. Robert Siegel talks with Kirk Siegler, who has the latest on the investigation.
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