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Florida / School Shooting / Teacher Interview #1123066

CNN Evening News for Friday, Feb 23, 2018
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(Studio: John Berman) Report introduced.

(Parkland, Florida: Randi Kaye) The report that Parkland, Florida, school resource officer Scott Peterson stayed outside the school during the shooting along with three other deputies, how the surveillance video was rewound, the FBI missing a tip call, multiple calls to police about the shooter reviewed; 911 call from Nikolas Cruz himself played. [Broward County Sheriff Scott ISRAEL - calls it devastating; states Peterson should have gone into the school.] [Coral Springs Chief Tony PUSTIZZI†- says lives were in danger.] [FBI acting dir. David BOWDITCH†- acknowledges mistakes.] What Florida social services {DCF} found out about the suspect in 2016 & why it was decided to be a low risk discussed.

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with CNN's former Philadelphia police commissioner Charles Ramsey about the information on the shooting. [RAMSEY - offers views on how the officers should have gone into the school to neutralize the threat & clear the building, how police are trained to go in against active shooters leading to a tragedy all around.]

(Studio: John Berman) The return of teachers to Marjorie Stoneman Douglas noted. [On Wednesday, teacher Diane WOLK-ROGERS†- questions Dana Loesch.] [In interview from Parkland, WOLK-ROGERS†- offers views on THE Words from President Trump & Loesch about mental health issues, the issue of arming teachers, the governor's gun control suggestions, the need to work together to find solutions, wanting her students to come back.]

Berman, John;
Kaye, Randi

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