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Violence in America / Kids and Guns / Teen Gangs #341740

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 13, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Statistics on violent crime in the US outlined.

(Phoenix: John Blackstone) Lack of legal restrictions on the owning and carrying of guns by kids featured; scenes shown from Phoenix, Arizona, which has a new law stating that a teen with a gun must have a parental permission slip. [Mother Sophia LOPEZ, Mayor Paul JOHNSON - comment.] Opposition to such laws by recreational gun users noted. [11-year-old pistol champ Matt SCHMIDT, NRA president Bob CORBIN - oppose the law.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Cinny Kennard) Teen gang violence in San Diego featured; home video of a "jumping in" initiation for Filipino gang members in San Diego. [Gang MEMBERS - explain the "love" in jumping in. ] [San Diego police detective M.D. BLAYLOCK - talks about the teen violence.] [Deputy district attorney John DAVIDSON - describes a murder incident.]

Blackstone, John;
Kennard, Cinny;
Rather, Dan

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