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Colorado Shootings / School, Aurora / Phillips Mission #1137250

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 10, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The case against two students involved in the shooitng at a charter school in Colorado this week introduced. "60 Minutes" story introduced.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The story of a couple, Sandy & Lonnie Phillips?, whose daughter, Jessica Ghawi%, was killed in the 2012 Aurora theater shooting, & now travel the country to meet with survivors of mass shootings presented; scenes shownfrom their meetings in Thousand Oaks, California, the synagogue in Pittsburgh; details given about harassing of family members by those claiming it did not happen, the cost of their lawsuit against gun & ammo companies [Sandy & Lonnie PHILLIPS - talks about the unending stages of grief as the make up of your life changes, how their journey is about compassion; recounts learning of the theater shooting of their daughter 6 years ago, the websites declaring this never happened, what they tell grieving parents: "Mass shooting grief 101".] [Parkland shooting victim parents Annika & Mitch DWORET%- comment on their son Nick's murder, on their first three-hour meeting with the Phillipses.] [Las Vegas shooting survivor Shanna CAPUTO%- outlines what the Phillipses told her, what happened in the Vegas shooting {with her video shown}.] Shanna's work with survivors of shootings now noted.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:13:10

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