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Los Angeles, California / Jewish Community Center Shootings / Furrow / Gun Control-Gun Sales #431469

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 12, 1999
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Jim Hill) The arraignment of Buford Furrow for the Los Angeles Jewish community center shootings and the murder of postal worker Joseph Ileto reviewed. [District attorney Gil GARCETTI - says this was a hate crime.] [US attorney Alejandro MAJORKAS - reads statement about Furrow's shooting of a non-white letter carrier.]

(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Furrow's ties to white supremacist groups noted.

(Washington: Gene Randall) The gun control debate following the recent shootings examined; details given of upsurges in sales following calls for tighter restrictions. [Attorney General Janet RENO - says comprehensive gun measures are needed.] [Making a Killing author Tom DIAZ - says guns are marketed after shooting incidents.] [Gun Owners of America Lawrence PRATT - comments on gun sales.] [Urban Institution Jeffrey ROTH - comments on gun production.]

Hill, Jim;
Randall, Gene;
Shaw, Bernard

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