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Ft. Hood, Texas / Base Shooting #1068085

NBC Evening News for Friday, Apr 04, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Ft. Hood: Mark Potter) The investigation into the shooting by Spc. Ivan Lopez at Ft. Hood in Texas updated; details given about his confrontation with other soldiers; photos shown of S/Sgt. Carlos Lazaney† Rodriguez††, Sgt. Timothy Owens, and SFC Daniel Ferguson, who died, and Sgt. Jonathan Westbrook†, who was wounded; details given of questions about security. [Army Criminal Investigation Command Chris GREY†, Owens’ mother Mary MUNTEAN†, Senator Ted CRUZ†, Westbrook’s father Theodis WESTBROOK†, Lt. Gen. Mark MILLEY†- comment.]

(Guayanilla, Puerto Rico: Stephanie Gosk) The reaction in Lopez’s hometown of Guayanilla, Puerto Rico featured; statement from his father quoted; details given about the town’s history of enlisting in the military. [Neighbor/veteran Wilfredo RAMIREZ††- comments.]

Williams, Brian;
Potter, Mark;
Gosk, Stephanie

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