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Texas / Shooting Spree #1126938

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jul 11, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Houston: Miguel Almaguer) The dramatic hearing in Texas for Ron Haskell, who is charged with the murder of six members of his ex-wife’s family, the Stays, reviewed; scenes shown of Haskell collapsing in front of the judge and a candlelight vigil for the victims; Stay family photos shown, including one of lone survivor Cassidy; details given about Haskell’s history of domestic violence. [Harris County assistant district attorney Tammy THOMAS†- says maybe reality is finally setting in.] [Cassidy’s grandfather Tom STAY†- says Cassidy is the hero.] [Public defender Doug DURHAM†- says the focus of his defense will be on Haskell’s mental condition.] [Cache Country sheriff’s office Lt. Doyle PECK†- says with human beings you have no idea what they’re going to do and when they’re going to do it.]

Williams, Brian;
Almaguer, Miguel

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