NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 23, 2014
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(New York: Stephanie Gosk) The dangerous hoax known as swatting, in which bogus 911 calls are made to trick SWAT teams to respond, examined; scenes shown of heavily armed police entering the home of a teen gamer and his mother in Long Island, New York; details given about the spate of swatting pranks against celebrities in Los Angeles. [Long Beach police Commissioner Michael TAGNEY, New Jersey swatting victim Travis GRAVES, Kenilworth police Chief John ZIMMERMAN- comment.]
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