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Florida / Parkland School Shooting / Cullen Interview / A Discussion #1120938

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 14, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The deadly school shooting rampage in Florida {by gunman Nikolas† Cruz} with many dead re-introduced. [Connecticut Senator Chris MURPHY†- speaks about "this epidemic of mass slaughter" in school shootings in this country.] The shootings in Newtown, Connecticut & at Columbine High School recalled.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "Columbine" author Dave Cullen about school shootings. [CULLEN - says nothing ever changes, the need to treat depression: the profiles of school shooters: males with depression, the social media reports, the gun control issue.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion resumed with CNN's retired FBI agents James Gagliano & Philip Mudd, former public safety director Cedric Alexander, former Homeland Security official Juliette Kayyem about the school shooting. [GAGLIANO, MUDD, KAYYEM - offer views on the shooting, the inability to protect everybody from evil people & the mentally unstable, the significance of the shooter being in custody indicating he had some kind of grievance, the need to minimize risk.]

Cooper, Anderson

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