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Maryland / Newspaper Shooting / A Discussion #1126759

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jun 28, 2018
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The deadly shooting at the "Capital Gazette" newspaper office in Annapolis, Maryland, introduced; photos from the scene shown. [In interview, staff writers Selene SAN FELICE, Phil DAVIS - describe what happened in the newspaper building when they heard shots nearby.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live press conference {from 7:02:40 to 7:14:40} from Annapolis shown. [Annapolis police Chief Timothy ALTOMARE†- says the investigation has started, we have a white male in custody who carried out a targeted attack with a shotgun, his use of smoke grenades, how the building will be secured for the investigation; answers questions that he can answer, thanks the support like the Red Cross, that we have no information about his fingerprints/facial recognition,]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The social media threats made by the man accused who carried out a targeted attack on the newspaper with five fatalities reviewed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former FBI agents Josh Campbell, Asha Rangappa & retired FBI agent james Gagliano about the shooting. [CAMPBELL, GAGLIANO, RANGAPPA - offer views on what is known so far about the shooting being "targeted," the use Of smoke grenades, his weapon, the investigation of motive, the problem of identifying lone wolf gunmen.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Anne Arundel County police Lt Ryan Frashure about the shooting. [From Annapolis, FRASHURE - says it is early on in the investigation with the suspect, the search warrant process, the quick police response, how this was a targeted attack due to his conflict with the newspaper.]

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