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Tennessee / Movie Theater Attack #1108061

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 06, 2015
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(Los Angeles: Lester Holt) Report introduced.

(Nashville: Mark Potter) Questions about theater security explored in the wake of the attack near Nashville, Tennessee by Vincente Montano††; scenes shown of the bullet holes in the door at Hickory Hollow Cinemas; details given about Montano’s health issues. [Metro Nashville police department Don AARON†- says Montano was hurling canisters of pepper spray and carrying a can of propane.] [Metro Nashville police department John FRITH†- describes what happened.] [Expert Security Consulting president Howard LEVINSON†- recommends theaters have simulations with police.] [“Variety” magazine senior film & media reporter Brent LANG†- says movie goers are unwilling to pay more to have better safety measures.] [Metro Nashville police Sgt. Mike SOWNER†- tells movie goers to be conscious of their surroundings.]

Holt, Lester;
Potter, Mark

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