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Chattanooga, Tennessee / Shooting Rampage / Abdulazeez #1086729

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 17, 2015
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(Studio: John Berman) The video {with gunfire audio} of the shootout in Chattanooga, Tennessee, between police & gunman Mohammod Abdulazeez after he murdered four Marines shown.

(Chattanooga, Tennessee: Gary Tuchman) More information on the background of Abdulazeez, who had been fired from his job at a nuclear power plant, & about the shooting at two military centers reviewed; details given about his weapons fired from a rented convertible; scenes shown from his home. [WITNESS - describes what happened in the shooting at the mall.] [Chattanooga police Chief Fred FLETCHER@- outlines the chase of the car between the first & second location & then "engaged" with him.] [Neighbor Karen JONES - comments on the family.] The family trip to Kuwait & Jordan discussed.

(Studio: John Berman) Report introduced.

(Chattanooga, Tennessee: Drew Griffin) The background of Abdulazeez reviewed; details given about the family turmoil, his college graduation, travels to the Middle East in 2014. [FBI agent Ed REINHOLD@- says there is no indication he was "inspired."] [Former martial arts coach Aimir DIZDAREVIC@- talks about Mohammod.] The FBI inventory of the gunman's weapons discussed.

Berman, John;
Tuchman, Gary;
Griffin, Drew

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