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Police / Under Attack / Ogden, Utah #1011245

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 05, 2012
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(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The use by criminals of high-powered guns to shoot police officers introduced.

(Washington: Pierre Thomas) Last night's police shooting in Ogden, Utah, in which six officers were shot featured; details given about the use of assault weapons by the criminals against underarmed police. [Ogden WITNESS - describe what happened.] [Police Lt. Darin PARKE†- talks about the agent killed.] [Philadelphia police commissioner Charles RAMSEY†- comments on the killing of police.] [National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund Craig FLOYD†- talks about weapons and the cold-blooded criminals on the streets.]

Sawyer, Diane;
Thomas, Pierre

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