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Texas / School Shooting / Cullen Interview #1124945

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 18, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The first names of the victims of the school shooting at Santa Fe High School in Texas noted. Live interview held with "Columbine" author Dave Cullen about school shootings. [From New York, CULLEN - offers views on what has been learned about the law enforcement's handling of shootings 19 years after Columbine, the trench coats, the problems of getting a profile of the shooter, the changes in law enforcement tactics & the lack of any legislation.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Santa Fe, Texas: Chris Cuomo) The issue of the weaponry, mental health, the event fatigue, discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Cuomo, Chris

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