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Florida / School Shooting / The Students & Conspiracy Theories / Hogg Interview #1121131

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 20, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Four more funerals for the victims of the school shooting last week in Parkland, Florida, reported; photos of Cara Loughran, Carmen Schentrup, Gina Montalto & Peter Wang shown. The conspiracy tweet from Benjamin Kelly, an aide to a Florida state senator, that two of the "students" David Hogg & Emma Gonzalez, were crisis actors quoted. [HOGG - calls for action to save lives.] A statement from The Gateway Pundit about anti-Trump pawns, True Pundit's criticism of the media & the FBI & a re-tweet from Donald Trump Jr. quoted. [In interview, Stoneman Douglas student HOGG - denies being a crisis actor: he witnessed the shooting; denies being opposed to the Second Amendment, but with safety checks; defends his father as a former FBI agent.] [Father Kevin HOGG†- reviews his FBI career; talks about his son being responsible.]

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