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Making a Difference (Jacen Troxell) #1129387

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 29, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Indianapolis: Kevin Tibbles) The dream of 8-year-old Jacen Troxell† that police officers would not get killed featured; scenes shown from the funeral of Indiana police officer Perry Renn††, a friend of Jason’s police detective father; details given about Jason’s website aimed at raising money for bulletproof plates that fit inside Kevlar vests. [J. TROXELL – says there was a possibility of his father getting shot and killed.] [Firearms trainer Dale TRUE†- describes the capabilities of the plate.] [Jacen's mom Tracy TROXELL†- says something good will come out of this.] [Dad Andy TROXELL†- says you can make the job a little bit safer.]

Williams, Brian;
Tibbles, Kevin

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