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Chicago, Illinois / Murders / Obama Visit #1038900

CNN Evening News for Friday, Feb 15, 2013
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(Chicago: Chris Cuomo) The gun violence killing the children of Chicago introduced; photos shown of recent shooting victims. [From 2007 to 2012, several PEOPLE - call the murders unacceptable.]

(Chicago: Ted Rowlands) President Obama's visit to Chicago featured; scenes and photos shown. [OBAMA - speaks about Hadiya Pendleton, 443 murders in the streets of Chicago last year, single moms, wishing he had a father around.] [Slain teen's mother Annette HOLT†- says violence has to change starting at home.] [Suspect's aunt Rhonda WARD†, TEEN - comment.]

(Chicago: Chris Cuomo) Live interview held with CeaseFire Illinois founder Tio Hardeman about Chicago homicides. [HARDEMAN†- reacts to Obama's Chicago visit; states we have to change the way generations think about this epidemic of violence in the gang lifestyle.]

Cuomo, Chris;
Rowlands, Ted

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