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Mass Shooting / Dayton, Ohio & El Paso, Texas / A Discussion #1140060

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 06, 2019
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(El Paso, Texas: Anderson Cooper) The police press conference from Dayton, Ohio, about the mass shooting by Conrad Betts there on early Sunday introduced. [Bellbrook police Chief Doug DOHERTY@- reads the Betts family statement with condolences to the victims.]

(El Paso, Texas: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former FBI official Catherine Schweit@ & CNN's Philip Mudd about the mass shootings. [In Washington, SCHWEIT - offers views on how shooters slowly move towards a path of violence: "grievance collectors" gathering data about those who agree with them, the importance of response times to these shootings as reported by the FBI report on many shooting incidents, the changing police protocols.] [In El Paso, MUDD - offers views on police response to the shootings in El Paso & why they have to delay talking about the details, on the issue of redefining "domestic terrorism".]

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