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Los Angeles, California / Jewish Community Center Shootings / Furrow #187699

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 11, 1999
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(Studio: Kevin Newman) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Brian Rooney) The surrender in Las Vegas of Buford Furrow, the man wanted in yesterday's shootings at a Los Angeles Jewish community center, featured; details given of whether Furrow may have murdered postal worker Joseph Ileto. [Los Angeles Mayor Richard RIORDAN - says we must ge beyond this moment.] [Los Angeles police Chief Bernard PARKS, deputy Chief Michael BOSTICK - comment on the case.] The status of the five shooting victims updated.

(Studio: Kevin Newman) Furrow's background reviewed.

(Metaline Falls, WA: Deborah Wang) Furrow's connection with white supremacist groups and his troubled psychiatric background featured; scenes shown of the Metaline Falls, WA, home of Furrow's wife Debbie Mathews and from an Aryan Nation videotape. [Political research analyst Chip BERLET - says the groups believe Jews work with Satan.] Furrow's various threats of violence reviewed.

(Studio: Kevin Newman) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Bob Jamieson) The children's recovery from the tragic shooting examined. [MAN - says we have to get the kids back to camp.] [FATHER - explains what he tells the children.] [Father Richard BALTIMORE - recounts his child's perceptions.] [Two KIDS - describe what happened.] [Counselor Nina Lieberman GOLLATTI - cites her son's questions.]

Reporter(s):
Jamieson, Bob;
Newman, Kevin;
Rooney, Brian;
Wang, Deborah
Duration:
00:07:00

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