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Teenage Murder #279696

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Sep 03, 1981
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(Studio) 1979 FBI statistics with regard to juvenile crime outlined.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(No location given) Murder of market clerk shown. [TOMMY, RICARDO, KENNETH, DURLOIN - acknowledge murder chgs.; note their ages.] Murder by teenagers in Los Angeles, California, examined. [REPORTER and TEENS -discuss ease of obtaining guns.] [TEEN - comments on killing man.] [Deputy sheriff Kerry KAONO - recalls shooting incident.] Cost of jailing teenager mentioned. [WOMAN - recalls murder.] Murder of Vincent Jones cited as example; Los Angeles gang killings discussed. [Deputy district attorney Jim BASCUE - claims there's no deterrent.] [KENNETH - describes killing man.] [INMATE - doesn't worry about killing.] Police department's destruction of guns confiscated annually noted; death of Keith Showers discussed. [Herman and Helen SHOWERS - warn other parents.] "Murder, Teenage Style" reported aired tonight.
REPORTER: Ed Bradley

Bradley, Ed;
Rather, Dan

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