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Charleston, South Carolina / Church Shooting / The Victims / Gun Control #1085418

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 20, 2015
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(Studio: Willie Geist) Report introduced.

(North Charleston, South Carolina: Mark Potter) The FBI investigation into a Website manifesto written by Dylann Roof@, the shooter at a church in Charleston, South Carolina, examined; many photos of Roof shown; manifesto's racism quoted. [Dylann's friends Christon SCRIVEN@, Joey MEEKS%, Meeks' mother Kimberly KONZNY%- talk about Dylann's racism & threats.]

(Studio: Willie Geist) Report introduced.

(Charleston, South Carolina: Ron Allen) The nine victims in the church shooting featured; scenes from outside the Emanuel Church & victims' photos shown. [Pastor Clementa Pinckney's aunt Mary DUPONT@, city councilman William GREGORIE@, victim's son Chris SINGLETON@, victim's daughter Nadine COLLIER@, victim's brother Melvin GRAHAM@- comment on the relatives.]

(Studio: Willie Geist) The debate over the Confederate flag at the state house introduced; Mitt Romney quoted.

(White House: Kristen Welker) The issue of gun control in light of the church massacre examined. [Presidential candidate Hillary CLINTON - speak about gun ownership & gun reform.] A statement from presidential candidate Martin O'Malley quoted. [On Friday, President OBAMA - comments on accessible guns.] [Presidential candidate Jeb BUSH, Bobby JINDAL - comment.] [The Rothenberg & Gonzales Political Report Stuart ROTHENBERG@- talks about swing voters & gun control.]

Reporter(s):
Geist, Willie;
Potter, Mark;
Allen, Ron;
Welker, Kristen
Duration:
00:09:10

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