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Connecticut / School Shooting #1035472

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 14, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The deadly shooting by Adam Lanza at an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut, re-introduced. [President OBAMA - addresses the nation about what he told the Connecticut governor; talks about the children and teachers fallen and how we have been through this too many times.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The identification of the bodies still inside the school noted; details given about the school principal Dawn Hochsprung†† and school psychologist Mary Sherlach††, who were killed.

(Newtown, Connecticut: Soledad O'Brien) Live interview held with school parent Christine Wilford† about the shooting event. [WILFORD - explains what she is telling her son, how she reacted to the news via a robocall, her son's description of the loud noises, the school security system.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live phone interview held with Janice White about the late school principal. [WHITE - talks about Dawn Hochsprung and the paper she had written.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Studio: Drew Griffin) What is known about the shooter, who may have had a personality disorder, how the mother legally owned the three guns used by her son, what two people said about the young shooter reviewed. [MAN, former Lanza boys' bus driver Marsha MOSKOWITZ†- express shock over what the boy did.] Connecticut's strict gun laws discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with parent Denise Correia about the shooting situation. [CORREIA - explains how she is dealing with her daughter and what happened inside the school.]

Cooper, Anderson;
O'Brien, Soledad;
Griffin, Drew

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