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OutFront tonight: Hooman Majd, author of The Ayatollahs' Democracy & The Ayatollah Begs to Differ.
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Police say Johnny Lewis, a 28-year-old actor from the popular television show "Sons of Anarchy" brutally killed his elderly landlady Wednesday. Then, as he tried to run away, he fell, possibly from the roof to his death.
Neighbors say they heard screams from the home where Lewis lived with 81-year-old Katherine Davis. When police arrived, they found the actor's body in the driveway, and the landlady along with her cat both dead in the house.
"It's a very gruesome scene. It's a very senseless crime, someone that's just defenseless, someone that's in their late years– 70s, 80s, and then living in this type of neighborhood you don't expect anything like this to take place," said Sgt. Frank Preciado of the Los Angeles Police Department.
Police say Lewis also attacked two men in the house next door before he died. But they don't know what triggered the violence.
CNN's Kareen Wynter is in Los Angeles and has the story.
Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) calls the Obama administrations handling of the Libya consulate attack, "Benghazi-Gate." He is OutFront calling for answers.
Karl Rove and the Romney campaign are questioning recent poll numbers that have President Barack Obama in the lead over Mitt Romney. Erin Burnett de-constructs whether their critic and spin add up.
OutFront tonight: CNN Contributors John Avlon, Reihan Salam, and Roland Martin.