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El Paso, Texas / Mall Shooting / Grady, Lizarte Interviews #1140062

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 06, 2019
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(El Paso, Texas: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Prince of Peace Christian Fellowship Pastor Michael Grady, father of a shooting victim at the Walmart in El Paso, Texas. [GRADY - explains taking his wounded daughter {photos shown} to the hospital, her surgeries & recovery, his message to President Trump: that words matter from the president of all the people: that he created this thing permeating the air.]

(El Paso, Texas: Anderson Cooper) The CNN interview with shooting victim Octavio Lizrte, whose nephew Javier Rodriguez was killed, introduced. [In the hospital LIZARTE - offers views on the shooting in the Walmart, what he did, Javier {photos shown} getting shot & then himself, what Javier was like, how he forgives the gunman.] The medical fight to save Octavio's foot noted.

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