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Santa Barbara, California / Shooting / Women #1065874

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, May 27, 2014
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(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.

(Isla Vista, California: Cecilia Vega) The troubled past of the gunman who killed students near the University of California at Santa Barbara examined; photos from the grieving college and of victims Veronika Weiss†, Katherine Cooper and Christopher Michaels-Martinez shown; details given about Philip Rodger's manifesto and his psychological treatment; statistics on mental illness cited. [Santa Barbara drug and mental health services Ole BEHRENDTSEN†- talks about the law.] [Victim's mother Kelly WANG†- grieves for her son.] The campus gathering noted.

(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: David Wright) The hidden world of anger against women as evidenced by Rodger's mass rampage examined; video on how to pick up women and Rodger's video indicating his hatred of women shown. [YesAllWomen Leah PICKETT†, Emily HUGHES†- give their point of view about men.] [Dating adviser Richard LA RUINA††- says the dating world is tough leading to depression.]

Sawyer, Diane;
Vega, Cecilia;
Wright, David

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