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Hired Guns / Private Security Guards (Part I) #1075739

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 09, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A CNN investigation into the training of armed security guards introduced.

(Studio: Drew Griffin) Cases of murder by armed security guards examined; scenes shown from a Florida court of a distraught father, Donald Berg, speaking out at a security guard, Lucas Kendall, who killed his son; 911 call played; details given about the lack of oversite into gun licensing for security guards. [Security guard instructors Pat ALEXANDER@, Steve CABALLERO@- cite the ease of licensing & training guards.] [Kendall's MOTHER - defends her son, who has been mistreated,] [Victim's mother Arlene BERG - comments on her son's shooting.] How there are no national standards for licensing an armed guard like Lucas Kendall discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew

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