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California / Dorner Manhunt #1043003

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Feb 07, 2013
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Miguel Almaguer) The manhunt in California for former police officer/military veteran Christopher Dorner, who is targeting law enforcement officers, reviewed; scenes shown; his online manifesto quoted; photo shown of victims Monica Quan†† and Keith Lawrence, who were murdered by Dorner in a revenge killing; Riverside police dispatch played; details given about the shootings and injuries all over southern California. [LAPD Chief Charlie BECK††- says nobody else needs to die.] [NBC analyst Clint VAN ZANDT†- says he has a combination of will, ability and no particular desire to survive.] [Riverside police Lt. Guy TOUSSAINT†- recounts what happened in the ambush.] Dorner’s burned-out vehicle shown.

Williams, Brian;
Almaguer, Miguel

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