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Stockton, California / Shooting Spree Anniversary #329566

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 17, 1990
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Stockton: John Blackstone) Anniversary of schoolyard shooting spree in Stockton, California, reported; details recalled from tragedy; scenes shown from last year and present. [Child psychologist Howard GILLIS - comments on damage to children here.] Shooting victim Scott Barton shown in physical therapy. [Mother Linda BARTON - describes her son's emotional recovery.] [Shooting victim/teacher Janet GING - comments on pain that Patrick Edward Purdy's assault rifle has caused her.] Federal ban on imported assault rifles recalled resulting from Stockton shooting. [Gun control opponent Dale THURSTON - comments on situation.] [Father of shooting victim, THY Soy - describes impact of shooting.]

Blackstone, John;
Rather, Dan

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