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Regardless of how many times I upload this video it loops back to its beginning at around the 9:10 point here's the link. Part 2

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I was able to watch all 14:31 of it. However, I did notice that the initial 4.5 minutes or so lead in was a repeat twice. The real interviews start at 9:15.

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