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Kalamazoo / Barbara Hawthorne / Jason Brian Dalton / Richard Smith #1171330

CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 22, 2016
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Today a driver for Uber the online ride hailing service was charged with murdering six people in Kalamazoo Michigan. The prosecutor says 45 year old Jason Dalton has confessed. The dead apparently shot at random range in age from 17 to 74. Two others were wounded and Anna Werner has the details. The defendant did murder. Mary Lou Nye. It took nearly 10 minutes for a Kalamazoo judge to read the 16 counts against former Uber driver Jason Brian Dalton. The defendant did murder. Barbara Hawthorne. D...
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