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Federal Air Marshals / Guns Mishaps #1132157

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 19, 2018
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(Studio: John Berman) Report introduced.

(Studio: Drew Griffin) CNN exclusive report on gun mishaps linked to the federal air marshals program presented; statistics on firearms misconduct cited; scenes shown from the air marshals training academy in new Jersey, [Supervisory air marshal Daniel KOWAL†- talks about the training problems.] [Former air marshal training instructor Henry PRESTON†- says marshals have no backup: more training is necessary.] The findings of an air marshal sleep study cited. [Ohio State University professor John MUELLER†- says federal air marshals don't deliver benefits per dollars spent.] The TSA view of the mishaps report & on air marshals training discussed.

Berman, John;
Griffin, Drew

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