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America The Violent (Guns and Violence) (Part II) #595870

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 23, 1994
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(Studio: Mike Schneider) The week-long series on crime and fear introduced; statistics on victim's response to violent crime cited.

(New York: Brian Williams) The new frontier of violence in America examined; frontier justice in the film "Tombstone" shown; the stories of factory worker Arthur Boone, who shot and killed two teenage robbers in New York City, and ballet dancer Leffel McCurdy, who is learning how to use a handgun after she was shot in traffic, reviewed. [Shooter BOONE, McCURDY; Threat Management Institution Peter KASLER, Peggi BIRD - talk about guns and resulting legal consequences.]

(Studio: Mike Schneider) Tomorrow's segment previewed.

Reporter(s):
Schneider, Mike;
Williams, Brian
Duration:
00:05:20

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