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Charleston, South Carolina / Church Shooting #1085373

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jun 19, 2015
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(Charleston, South Carolina: Anderson Cooper) The aftermath of the church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina, introduced; scenes shown from outside the AME church where people have gathered. A report about how gunman Dylann Roof had chosen this church as a target noted.

(Columbia, South Carolina: Brian Todd) The confirmation that the shooter's sister, father & uncle called police after the shooting & that the shooter planned an act for a long time reviewed; photos shown to illustrate his racial hatred. [Roof friend Joey MEEKS@- says Roof had a plan, so he hid the gun, but put it back in the car; notes the parents gave him money with which he bought a gun; regrets no one took Dylann seriously.] [St. Paul's Lutheran Church Pastor Tony METZE@- asks for prayer.] What Meesk did & did not do & his role in calling the authorities after the shooting discussed.

(Charleston, South Carolina: Anderson Cooper) The charges against Roof noted. Live discussion held with former ATF agent Matthew Horace about Roof & guns. [HORACE - explains why Roof was not prevented from buying a gun.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Todd, Brian

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