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Sutherland Springs, Texas / Church Shooting / Langendorff Interview (Part I) #1117674

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 06, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Sutherland Springs, Texas: Alex Marquardt) The deadly mass shooting by gunman {Devin Kelley} at a small town Texas Baptist church in Sutherland Springs that was rooted in a domestic dispute with eight members of the Holcomb family killed discussed; photos shown of the Holcombs, Brian, Carla, Danny, Crystal & grandchildren. [Texas dept. of public safety dir. Freeman MARTIN†- talks about him having a mission in coming to the church.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Pentagon: Ryan Browne) The killer's Air Force court-martial with assault charges against him re: family members with the information about domestic violence not entered in the federal weapons database discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The CNN affiliate interview with neighbor Stephen Willeford† about acting against the gunman. [WILLEFORD - recounts the surreal experience of exchanging gunfire with the killer who drove away down 539, running over to Johnnie's truck & pursuing the gunman while calling the police, chasing & then readying to shoot at the guy & waiting for more police.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Willeford's driver Johnnie Langendorff, who chased the gunman, & girlfriend Summer Caddell. [LANGENDORFF†- describes what happened with Willeford shooting at the gunman, how they gave chase after the shooter for 11-13 miles of road at 95 mph.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Marquardt, Alex;
Browne, Ryan

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