ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 31, 1999
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(Studio: Jack Ford) Report introduced.
(Cleveland: Jim Williams) The policies involving threats of violence at the nation's schools examined in light of the investigation in Cleveland, Ohio, of four South High School students who may have plotted a massacre at their school. [Attorney Larry ZUCKERMAN - criticizes media hype.] [On Friday, Cleveland Mayor Michael WHITE - promises zero tolerance for school threats.] [Snohomish, WA, mother Stacia HORNBACHER - comments.] [National School Safety Center Dr. Ronald STEVENS - cites the serious nature in schools.]
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