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Teen Sniper / New York #29940

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 31, 1974
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(Studio) high school senior in New York in court due to his actions as sniper. Killed 3 and wounded 11.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Olean, New York) [Patrolman Dennis HALL - describes sniper's actions.] Anthony Barbaro, 17, shown. His attorney pleaded him not guilty. Police say he barricaded self in school and started shooting after he set off fire alarm. 8 firemen wounded. [FIREMAN - describes how sniper fired at them.] Woman driving by killed. Gas company worker killed, as was school janitor. Police overcome sniper with tear gas. [Classmate Jeff LAMPCK - says sniper didn't talk much.] [Classmate Ted APP - says he never went out much.] [Classmate Steve BALDWIN - says he had lots common sense and was good scholar.] [Principal Louis NICOL - calls him model student.] Only he can explain his actions.
REPORTER: Gregory Jackson (WKBW-TV)

Smith, Howard K.

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