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Connecticut / School Shooting #1041277

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jan 14, 2013
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) The announcement of the creation of Sandy Hook Promise, an organization to encourage conversation on gun violence and mental health, by parents of children lost in the shooting at Sandy Hook school in Newtown, Connecticut noted; photos shown. [Victim Ben Wheeler’s father David WHEELER, victim Dylan Hockley’s mother Nicole HOCKLEY††- speak against violence.] [Victim Avielle Richman’s father Jeremy RICHMAN††- comments on his foundation to better understand mental illness.]

(Newtown, Connecticut: Seth Doane) A visit with young victim Daniel Barden’s parents, Jackie and Mark Barden, one month after the shooting presented. [J. BARDEN – says she tries not to think about that day; says it is easier to get a gun than a kitten.] [M. BARDEN – talks about Daniel; recounts a call from Vice President Joe Biden.]

(Studio: Scott Pelley) Photo of President Obama after hearing about the tragedy shown.

Pelley, Scott;
Doane, Seth

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