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Ft. Hood, Texas / Guillen Murder / Punishments (Studio: David Muir) Report introduced. #1272783

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 08, 2020
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(New York: Stephanie Ramos) The Pentagon action against officers at Ft. Hood, Texas, due to the harassment & murder of soldier Vanessa Guillen examined; details given of the punishment of 14 & the implementation of new policies following a long investigation by a civilian panel. [Army Secretary Ryan McCARTHY@- says we are taking a look at the system & policies; states this report will lead to a culture change.] [Ft. Hood Independent Review Committee member Queta RODRIGUEZ@- says "we believe you."]
Reporter(s):
Ramos, Stephanie
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00:01:50

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