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Aurora, Colorado / Movie Theater Massacre / Ghawi #1027241

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 20, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The massacre at a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, by a lone gunman re-introduced; details given about shooting victim aspiring sports reporter Jessica Ghawi††.

(Aurora, Colorado: Poppy Harlow) Jessica's story reviewed; photos shown; details given about the recent shooting at a Toronto mall just after she was there; her blog quoted. [Brother and mother Jordan and GHAWI†- say she should be remembered.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with brother Jordan Ghawi. [GHAWI - recounts when he found out what happened to his sister; talks about his sister's passion and why he is talking about what happened in Colorado; the victims should be remembered, not the coward who shot them.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Photo of victim Rebecca Wingo shown.

Cooper, Anderson;
Harlow, Poppy

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