CNN Evening News for Thursday, Feb 15, 2018
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(Parkland, Florida: Anderson Cooper; Deerfield Beach: Gary Tuchman) What Lori Alhadeff said. introduced [For CNN, ALHADEFF - speaks about her daughter, the students who need to feel safe, the need for security with metal detectors] An updated on the wounded victims in two hospitals & Feis's story discussed.
(Parkland, Florida: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School football coach Willis May about coach Feis. [MAY - talks about assistant coach Feis, the second fire alarm going off, about seeing the shooter go by, going back to school.]
(Parkland, Florida: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Parkland, Florida: Drew Griffin) The shooter's background with police often being called to his home, his obsession with guns discussed; pictures shown from the shooter's Instagram & videos about shooting. [Contacted FBI, Ben BENNIGHT†- recounts talking to the FBI about the posts.] [Attorney Jim LEWIS†, former manager Hunter VUKELICH†, neighbor Brody SPENO†- talk about Cruz.] The ongoing investigation of the shooter's timeline discussed.
(Parkland, Florida: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former Philadelphia police commissioner Charles Ramsey & former FBI agents James Gagliano & Philip Mudd about the shooting. [RAMSEY, GAGLIANO, MUDD - offer views on what could be done, how something can be missed, how to deal with Internet postngs, why not to blame the FBI, the issue of mental health problems, how we are not able to protect the public, possible approaches & legislation to mental illness records, privacy versus security, greater gun regulations, how things will likely not be different tomorrow: government dysfunction.]
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