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(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Death of second student after shootings in Springfield, OR, and formal arraignment of alleged gunman Kip Kinkel for the crime reported; explosives at the Kinkel home reported; photos shown of slain students and scenes shown in Oregon of the investigation crew at Kinkel's home.
(Springfield, OR: Greg Lefevre) Arraignment of Kip Kinkel for the killings of two students and his parents reported; possible penalties mentioned; descriptions of Kinkel's behavior before shootings given; scenes shown in Oregon of Kip being led off by police. [Lane County, OR, Sheriff Jan CLEMENT - describes bomb found in the Kinkel home; Springfield Police Chief Bill DeFORREST - describes Kinkel's behavior and his response when he was caught with a gun.]
(Studio: Judy Woodruff) Praise for 17-year-old Jacob Ryker for trying to stop Kinkel's shooting given; picture shown of Ryker. [Jacob's brother Josh RYKER - says he and his brother want others to be recognized for their part in stopping the shooting.] Condition of Jacob Ryker reported.
- Lefevre, Greg;
- Woodruff, Judy
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