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Guns / Stray Bullets #325522

CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 13, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Gunman reported wounding several people yesterday when he opened fire in subway; details given. Report introduced.

(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Betsy Aaron) Problem of innocent bystanders being killed by stray bullets examined. [Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, assistant district attorney Rayford MEANS -comments on problem.] Child Ralph Brooks shown after he was hit by drug dealer's stray bullet while playing with friends. [Mother Kimberly BROOKS - comments on son.] Witness Cynthia Wesley discussed. [WESLEY - comments on fearing for her life.] [Philadelphia police captain Joseph O'CONNOR - describes shooting close to school.] [Criminologist Larry SHERMAN - says criminals are proud of deaths caused by their stray bullets.] [Mother Rochelle YATES - comments on her son's death from stray bullet while he was in candy store.] [O'CONNOR - indicates drug hses.]

Aaron, Betsy;
Rather, Dan

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