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Los Angeles / Sniping Aftermath #295587

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 25, 1984
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(Studio) Tyrone Mitchell's sniper assault on Los Angeles, California, school yesterday recalled; his troubled background, include death of family members at Jonestown massacre, summarized.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Los Angeles, California) Aftermath of sniper attack examined; films shown. [Survivor Iran MACIAS - describes experience.] [Gloria MACIAS - grieves for mother of dead child.] Death of Shala Eubanks noted. Mitchell's psychological problems thought linked to Jonestown, Guyana, tragedy. [Former attorney Marcus TOPEL - notes irony in Mitchell's life.] [Principal Charles JACKSON - anticipates psychological problems for student.] [Iran MACIAS - remains fearful of returning to school.]
REPORTER: Andrea Naverson

6. 35:40 (COMMERCIAL: Upcoming items; UPS; Deep Heating.)

Reporter(s):
Naverson, Andrea;
Schieffer, Bob
Duration:
00:03:40

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