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Las Vegas, Nevada / Police Shooting #1089630

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jun 09, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced. NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.

(Las Vegas: Mike Taibbi) The investigation into the shooting in Las Vegas of 2 police officers by a married couple, Jerad & Amanda Miller††, reviewed; details given about Jerad Miller’s involvement in the protests supporting rancher Cliven Bundy††; scenes shown of the restaurant where officers Igor Soldo†† & Alyn Beck†† were killed and the Walmart where the Millers shot Joseph Wilcox†† before completing a suicide pact; their Internet manifesto quoted. [Clark County assistant Sheriff Kevin McMAHILL††- says we believe {the Millers} are connected to an anti-government ideology.] [In April, J. MILLER – notes they will retaliate against federal agents if they bring violence.] [Neighbors Larry BURNETT†, Kelley FIELDER††- react.] Bundy’s response noted.

Williams, Brian;
Taibbi, Mike

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