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Washington, DC / Navy Yard Shooting #1066153

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 17, 2013
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Yesterday’s mass shooting at the Washington Navy Yard introduced.

(Washington: Pete Williams) The investigation into the rampage by gunman Aaron Alexis reviewed; details given about his mental and legal issues, his claims about hearing voices in Newport, Rhode Island, and his weapon. [Friend Kristi SUTHAMTEWAKUL†, FBI’s Valerie PARLAVE†- comment.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) The condition of 3 wounded survivors, including police officer Scott Williams, noted.

(Washington: Tom Costello) The stories some of the victims, including Sylvia Frasier†, Kenneth Proctor†, Martin Bodrog†, Michael Arnold†, Kathy Gaarde†, John Johnson†, Mary Francis Knight†, Richard Ridgell†, Frank Kohler†, Arthur Daniels†, Gerald Read†, & Vishnu Pandit†, shared; scenes shown of Taps played at the Navy memorial. [Victims’ relatives Bobbe FRASIER†, Patricia ARNOLD†, Johnson’s DAUGHTERS, friend Nuns JAIN†- comment.]

Williams, Brian;
Williams, Pete;
Costello, Tom

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