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Kids and Guns / Gun Control Vigils #424471

CNN Evening News for Saturday, May 02, 1998
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(Studio: Gene Randall) Report introduced.

(Springfield, Massachusetts: Cynthia Tornquist) The nationwide vigils protesting the killing of kids by guns featured; scenes shown from Springfield, Massachusetts, and Alexandria, Virginia, where shoes were laid out to remember the young victims. [Parents of shooting victims Geraldine RODRIGUEZ, Elizabeth THOMPSON - comment on the deaths.] [Silent March co-founders Ellen FREUNDENHEIM, Tina JOHNSTONE - want the gun industry to respond to the carnage with a locking system for guns.] The recommendations being made to gun makers listed. [Smith and Wesson president Ed SCHULTZ, American Shooting Sports Council Bob RICKER - respond.] [Parent of shooting victim Tom VanderBECK - comments.]

Randall, Gene;
Tornquist, Cynthia

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