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El Paso, Texas / Mall Shooting #1140004

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 04, 2019
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(El Paso, Texas: David Muir) The shopping center rampage in El Paso, Texas, introduced; surveillance video of gunman Patrick Crusius & video from the chaos in the Cielo Vista mall, the wounded, the apprehended suspect shown; details given about the weapon, the gunman's background, the staggering casualties. [Survivor Kendall LONG, police OFFICER, shopper Audrey GONZALEZ, WOMAN, police Chief Greg ALLEN@- describe what happened in the shooting.] [WOMAN - says we have a gun violence epidemic & a hate epidemic with weak gun laws.] [Victim Jordan Anchondo@'s sister Leta JAMBROWSKI%- wonders where her brother-in-law is.] [ALLEN - talks about the suspect & his writings.] The charges & possible additional charges against the gunman outlined.

(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The possible hate crimes against the Walmart shooter, who targeted Hispanics & posted on social media that carries his hate-filled beliefs examined. [US attorney John BASH - says it is a domestic terrorism case.] [El Paso D.A. Jaime ESPARZA@- says we will seek the death penalty.] [ALLEN - says he {arrested gunman} answers all questions.] How the shooter gave up with no fight discussed.

Muir, David;
Thomas, Pierre

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