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Aurora, Colorado / Movie Theater Massacre #1027319

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 23, 2012
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(Aurora, Colorado: Anderson Cooper) The focus on the victims of the massacre at the movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, introduced; photos of the 12 victims shown. [President OBAMA - talks about his visits with victims' families.] [Governor John HICKENLOOPER - reads the names of the 12 victims.]

(Aurora, Colorado: Randi Kaye) The defusing of the explosives in the suspect's {James Holmes} apartment and his arsenal reviewed; scenes shown from outside the building. [Police Sgt. Cassidee CARLSON†- says we need to render the area safe; notes we have detonated the major threats in the apartment.] [Police Chief Dan OATES†- expresses anger.] [Resident Tanya LUJAN†- comments.] What has been learned about the assault rifle that jammed discussed.

(Aurora, Colorado: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with the family and friends of victim Alex Teves. [Father Tom TEVES†, girlfriend Amanda LINDGREN†, friend Ryan COOPER†- talk about Alex.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi

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