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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 19, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Orlando: Ed Lavandera) A look at what happened at the University of Central Florida ending up with the death of student James Seevakumaran, who committed suicide and had apparently been preparing a massacre, presented; campus scenes shown; 911 call from roommate Arabo Babakhani†† to the dispatcher played; details given from Seevakumaran's timeline notes. [UCF police Chief Richard BEARY†- comments on what was found, what was in the note and in the mail for the deceased.] The statement from the deceased's family discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Babakhani and "UCF Knightly News" reporter Christie Jauch† about what happened; 911 called replayed. [BABAKHANI - describes seeing James with a rifle and staring at him and then calling 911.] [JAUCH - gives the campus reaction to events.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Lavandera, Ed

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