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Connecticut / School Shooting / Newman Interview #1035569

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 17, 2012
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[Former Newtown board of education chairman Lillian BITTMAN†- comments on the school shooting: we feel hollow.]

(Newtown, Connecticut: Anderson Cooper, Sanjay Gupta) The questions about this shooting at the school in Newtown, the research on mass murderers indicating commonalities {psychotic/psychopathic tendencies/a traumatic event} and the medications for mental health discussed.

(Newtown, Connecticut: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "The Social Roots of School Shootings" author Katherine Newman about the myths about school and rampage shootings. [NEWMAN - says people plan, not snap, have trouble with social interaction, almost never under mental health treatment, how they say veiled things, how girls tend to turn inward while boys explode outward, how shooters are motivated by their image while shooting; comments on the link of video games: they present an image of masculinity tied to violence.]

Reporter(s):
Sanjay, Anderson Cooper,;
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:10:10

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