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Chapel Hill, North Carolina / Student Murders #1078982

CNN Evening News for Friday, Feb 13, 2015
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(Studio: John Berman) The murder in North Carolina for three Muslim students {Deah Barakat, Yusor Abu-Salha & Razan Abu-Salha%} shot to death in Chapel Hill by Craig Hicks & the questions about whether it was a hate crime introduced; scenes shown from last night's memorial. [With Jake Tapper, victims' sister Dr. Suzanne BARAKAT - calls it an open season against Islam & Muslims.]

(Studio: John Berman; Chapel Hill: Jason Carroll) The view of the neighborhood of the shooting suspect, the confiscation of weapons from Hicks' home discussed. [Neighbor Lauren GAILLARD LANIER@- describe what happened.]

Berman, John;
Carroll, Jason

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