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Texas / D.A.'s Murder #1041315

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 31, 2013
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(Studio: David Muir) The murder in Texas of D.A. Mark McLelland‡ and his wife, Cynthia, reported; photos shown of the couple.

(Texas: John Schriffen) The Saturday nigh attack at the McLelland house reviewed; details given about the recent shooting of ADA Mark Hassey and Colorado prisons chief Tom Clements. [Kaufman county Sheriff David BYRNES†- comments on public safety.] [Neighbor Vanessa HERNANDEZ†- reacts.] [In February, McLELLAND - promises action.] [Wife Lisa CLEMENTS - speaks.]

(Studio: David Muir; Washington: Pierre Thomas) The concern about the unprecedented shootings of two law officials in Texas and the whether the Colorado case is linked to the Texas murders discussed.

Muir, David;
Schriffen, John;
Thomas, Pierre

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