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Children Who Kill #359231

CBS Evening News for Monday, Sep 05, 1994
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Vicki Mabrey) A march in south Chicago in protest against the neighborhood child killings featured; scenes shown of demonstrators. [Marcher Ken SHEPARD - says the dying of children must come to a halt.] The shooting of 14-year-old Shavon Dean by 11-year- old Robert Sandifer, who later was executed by gang members, noted. [Chicago resident Paul SCOTT - says the children have no morals.] Statistics from the Justice department on teenage criminals outlined. The shooting in the small town of High Bridge, New Jersey, of 11-year-old Jacob Tracy by an angry friend reported. [Hunterdon County prosecutor Sharon RANSAVAGE - comments on the murder.] In Washington state, two 12-year-olds reported killing a man with 18 gunshots.

Chung, Connie;
Mabrey, Vicki

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