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Brookfield, Wisconsin / Spa Shooting #1033687

CBS Evening News for Monday, Oct 22, 2012
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(Boca Raton, Florida: Scott Pelley) A deadly mass shooting by Radcliffe Haughton†† at a spa in a mall in Brookfield, Wisconsin reported; photos shown of Haughton and his estranged wife Zina, who was killed.

(Brookfield, Wisconsin: Michelle Miller) The shooting by Radcliffe despite the restraining order granted to Zina featured; her account of his threats quoted; details given about the shooting at a Florida hair salon by a man who killed his wife and others the day before he was to appear before a judge considering a protection order against him; photos shown from the Orlando-area site; statistics on protection orders and murders by current or former partners cited. [Shelter Our Sisters director Elaine MEYERSON††- says a restraining order is just a piece of paper.] [National Network to End Domestic Violence Rene RENICK††- notes only a small percentage of women killed by partners had contact with a domestic violence program.]

Pelley, Scott;
Miller, Michelle

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