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Washington, DC / Navy Yard Shooting (Part I) #1051696

CNN Evening News for Monday, Sep 16, 2013
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(Washington: Anderson Cooper) A mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard carried out by Aaron Alexis introduced; photo shown.

(New York: Randi Kaye) The timetable of the DC shooting featured; scenes and photos shown from the shipyard area. [Witnesses Todd BRUNDIDGE, Terrie DURHAM†, Navy Cmdr. Tim JIRUS†- describe the man shooting at them.] [DC police Chief Cathy LANIER†- talks about other potential shooters.] [MedStar Washington Hospital Center Dr. Janus ORLOWSKI†, GWU Hospital Dr. Barak SARANI†- comment on the shooting victims.] [President OBAMA - says we are confronting another mass shooting.] [DC Mayor Vincent GRAY†- comments.]

(Washington: Anderson Cooper, John King) The background of shooter Alexis, who had legal access to the Navy Yard, questions about how he got into the secure building and started shooting, his role as a contractor for HP, conflicting pieces of information about the event, discussed.

(Washington: Anderson Cooper; Ft. Worth: Ed Lavandera) Alexis's life in Ft. Worth discussed; scenes shown from outside a restaurant. [Happy Bowl Thai owner Nutpisit SUTHAMTEWAKUL††- talks about his friend Aaron.]

(Washington: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with "Ft. Worth Star Telegram" reporter Bud Kennedy about Alexis. [KENNEDY - talks about meeting Aaron Alexis at the Thai restaurant.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi;
John, Anderson Cooper,;
Lavandera, Ed

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