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CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 16, 2019
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(Studio: David Begnaud) Report introduced.

(Aurora: Adriana Diaz) The deadly workplace shooting spree by Gary Martin in Illinois reviewed; scenes from outside the Aurora Henry Pratt warehouse with audio played with photos of Martin shown; details given about his weapon. [Aurora police Chief Kristen ZIMAN†, police Lt. Rick ROBERTSON†- describe what happened when Martin was terminated & he had a firearm he should not have had due to a felony conviction.] Martin's criminal & behavior background discussed.

(Studio: David Begnaud) Report introduced.

(Aurora: Vladimir Duthier) The victims of the shooting featured; photos shown of Clayton Parks, Trevor Wehner, Russell Beyer, Vicente Juarez, Josh Pinkard while their backgrounds are noted. [ZIMAN - comments on the victims.] White crosses with the victims' names shown.

Begnaud, David;
Diaz, Adriana;
Duthier, Vladimir

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