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Daily Difference: Crime and Punishment (Profile of Teenage Killer) #582986

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 05, 1991
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Teenage gang member Dion "Dinky" Bridges, imprisoned for murder, profiled. [In jail, BRIDGES - talks about shooting people.] [San Bernardino, California, deputy Ralph JENKINS - explains gangs' current emphasis on violence.] Murder for which Bridges was arrested detailed; audiotape played of Bridges talking to a friend about the crime; scenes shown from his Pomona, California, neighborhood. [Two CHILDREN - comment on neighborhood gangs.] [Bridges' biological father "THEO" and his stepmother "JAMIE" - comment.] Excerpt shown from surveillance tape of armed robbery in which Bridges' cousin was killed.

Brokaw, Tom

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