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Guns / Children shootings / Detroit, Michigan #1099262

NBC Evening News for Saturday, May 28, 2016
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(Studio: Kevin Tibbles) Report introduced.

(Washington: Pete Williams) How the city of Detroit & others are handling the accidental shooting of children examined; photo shown of Mariya Davis, who shot herself with her grandmother's gun & of Atlantan Holston Cole, who shot himself. [Detroit police Cmdr. Jacqueline PRITCHETT†, county prosecutor Kym WORTHY†- comment on the gun cases.] CDC & Everytown for Gun Safety gun statistics cited. [Everytown for Gun Safety Ted ALCORN†- cites the dangers to three-year-olds.] [UCLA School of Law professor Adam WINKLER†- comments on the prosecutors' approach to going after the parents.]

Tibbles, Kevin;
Williams, Pete

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