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Louisiana / Theater Shooting / Police Interview (Part I) #1087102

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 24, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The shooting at a movie theater in Louisiana introduced; scenes & photos of victims Mayci Breaux & Jillian Johnson@ shown.

(Lafayette: Ryan Nobles) The theater shooting last night by John Houser, who killed himself, reviewed; scenes from the multiplex in Lafayette shown. [Louisiana state police Col. Mike EDMONDSON@, Lafayette police dept. Chief Jim CRAFT@- comment on what happened in a senseless act.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held Col. Edmondson about the shooter's motive. [EDMONDSON - raises questions about the gunman's actions; describe what the bullet-riddled theater looked like: an horrific scene.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Studio: Drew Griffin) The profile of the gunman examined; photos shown; details given about his politics, domestic abuse, the mystery about the shooting in a movie theater [Brother Rembert HOOVER@- notes his psychological & money problems.] [Alabama Sheriff Heath TAYLOR@- talks about scary scenarios.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Nobles, Ryan;
Griffin, Drew

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