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Kansas / Jewish Centers Shootings #1114851

CBS Evening News for Monday, Apr 14, 2014
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) A deadly hate crime shooting rampage by Frazier Glenn Miller† {aka Frazier Glenn Cross} at 2 Jewish community centers outside Kansas City reported.

(Overland Park: Kansas: Dean Reynolds) The grief of the Corporon†† family featured; scenes shown of Miller in custody; photos shown of victims Reat Underwood††, William Corporon†† and Teresa LaManno††. [Mindy CORPORON††- says she’s the daughter of a victim and the mother of a victim.] [Mindy’s BROTHER – says it’s going to be an open wound for the rest of our lives.]

(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(Washington: Bob Orr) Miller’s past history examined; details given about his involvement in the Ku Klux Klan, which he renamed the White Patriot Party, his prison sentence, and political aspirations; footage shown of him leading white supremacist rallies; “wanted” poster shown. [In 1985 interview, MILLER - says blacks and Jewish people are the most racist people on earth.] [On Howard Stern’s radio show in 2010, MILLER – rails against Jewish American leaders.]

(Studio: Scott Pelley) President Obama’s remarks about the shootings noted. [OBAMA – says we’ve got to stand united against this terrible violence.]

Pelley, Scott;
, Kansas;
Orr, Bob

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