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Deeds Interview (Part I) #1059154

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jan 27, 2014
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(Washington: Anderson Cooper) The CNN interview held with Virginia state senator Creigh Deeds† about the November 19 knife attack on him by his son, who then committed suicide due to mental illness; family photos shown; details given about why Gus could not receive mental health treatment in Virginia's medical system. [DEEDS - talks about his son Gus and focusing on the good memories.] [Police spokeswoman Corinne GELLER†- announces the attack.] The stigma about mental illness in this country noted. [DEEDS - talks about his son, Gus, a sensitive kid with a renewed religious interest and mental problems that could have been schizophrenia.]
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