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Washington / School Shooting / Press Conference / A Discussion #1073660

CNN Evening News for Friday, Oct 24, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The press conference about the school shooting in Marysville, Washington, introduced. [Police OFFICIAL - says there are two fatalities, one the shooter.] [School suot. Becky BERG%- outlines the plans to close the Marysville Pilchuck High School for the next week wit the football game canceled.] [Mayor John NEHRING%, tribal chaiman Herman WILLIAMS, Snohomish County sheriff Ty TRENARY%, Marysville police Chief Rick SMITH@- make statements about the tragedy.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Marysville: Susan Candiotti) The timeline of the shooting in the school cafeteria, the source of the weapon used, the issue of the shooter's motivation discussed; inset video from outside the school shown.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former FBI officials Tom Fuentes, "Columbine" author Dave Cullen & Shawn Henry@ about school shootings. [CULLEN - characterizes school shooters: they have a history, not that they snap; comments on Dylan Klebold's long depression.] [FUENTES - talks about shooters' depression.] [HENRY - says usually the incidents are over in 5 minutes.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Candiotti, Susan

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