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Violence / Firearms Deaths #142197

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 09, 1992
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Washington: Bill Greenwood) "Journal of the American Medical Association" study on deaths of American teens, especially blacks, by gunfire examined; implications detailed. [Urban black teens Aquino GRANT, Franklin BEALE - comment on shootings.] ["JAMA" Dr. George LUNDBERG - says society seems to accept violence.] [Senator John CHAFEE - opposes handguns.] [Teen Robert MAULL - comments.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Statistics on teens and guns cited.

(Los Angeles: Brian Rooney) Stories of kids and guns in the suburbs featured; scenes shown from California schools. [School principal Anne FALOTICO, PARENT, gang counselor Joan LEWIS - talk about prevalence of weapons.]

Greenwood, Bill;
Jennings, Peter;
Rooney, Brian

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