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Santa Barbara, California / Shooting / A Victim #1065961

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 30, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The missed signals in the Santa Barbara, California, rampage by Elliot Rodger when the police visited his apartment introduced. [Shooting survivor Bianca DeKOCK†- recounts what happened.]

(Santa Barbara, Kyung Lah) What happened when the gunman was visited by police deputies after videos were posted online reviewed. [Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill BROWN†- comments on the deputies' decision.] [Forensic psychologist Dr. Mark BRENZINGER†- explains the reactive role of law enforcement.] [Former roommate Chris RUGG†- comments.] The welfare checkup and the post-shooting reflection to what had happened discussed.

Cooper, Anderson

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