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Winnetka, Illinois / Shootings #115760

ABC Evening News for Monday, May 23, 1988
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(Studio: Ted Koppel) Funeral for Nicholas Corwin, school child killed during Laurie Dann's shooting rampage in Winnetka, Illinois, school on Friday, reported Report introduced.

(Winnetka, Illinois: Chris Bury) Aftermath of Dann's shooting featured; scenes shown from funeral. [MAN - says Dann was time bomb waiting to explode.] Sending of pkgs. of poisoned food by Dann to people she knew recalled. [Northwestern Univ. psychiatrist Dr. Harold VISOTSKY - says it's impossible to predict violence.] Dann's mental history outlined on screen. [In WI, Dann's NEIGHBORS - discuss her penchant for riding elevators and her odd behavior.] [Former EMPL. - comments on Dann.] [PROSECUTOR - discusses Dann case.]

(Studio: Ted Koppel) Dann's ex-husband, Russell Dann, reported set to be tonight's guest on "Nightline".

Bury, Chris;
Koppel, Ted

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