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Washington, DC / Capitol Shooting / Weston #181325

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 25, 1998
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The formal charging of Russell Weston with the Capitol murders reported.

(Valmeyer, Illinois: Jami Floyd) Weston's health and background reviewed; scenes shown from around Weston parents' house in Valmeyer, Illinois. [DC General Hospital Dr. Paul ORIAISO - describes Weston's injuries.] [Weston neighborhood former Boy Scout leader John EARLY, Zoar United Church of Christ Robin KEATING - speak about Russell.]

(Rimini, MT: Lisa Salters) Weston's background in Montana reviewed; details given of the history of his violent threats; scenes shown of Russell's log cabin in the small mining town of Rimini, MT. [Jefferson County Deputy Tim CAMPBELL - recalls Weston's threats.] [Governor's spokesman Andrew MALCOLM - outlines the reasons why Weston was released from the hospital.] [Weston's neighbor Ken MORRIS - describes Weston's concern about his satellite dish.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) The world coverage of the Capitol shooting noted.

Brown, Aaron;
Floyd, Jami;
Salters, Lisa

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