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Littleton, Colorado / School Shooting / Gun Control #629459

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 27, 1999
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Proposal of gun control laws by President Clinton following the Littleton, Colorado, school shooting reported. [CLINTON - talks about juvenile violence and gun control.] [Majority Leader Senator Trent LOTT - says gun control alone is not the answer.]

(Littleton, Colorado: Jim Avila) The tracing of two guns used in the attack to Robyn Anderson, friend of Dylan Klebold, reported; details given of the tapes made at Klebold and Eric Harris's probation hearing reported. [Jefferson County, Colorado, OFFICER - says Anderson is being cooperative.] [Dragon Arms Gun Store owner Mel BERNSTEIN - says Harris and some friends asked about guns at his store.]

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Littleton, Colorado: Roger O'Neil) The lack of gun sale regulations at gun shows examined. [PERSON - says a gun seller made no inquiries and made no background checks.] [Colorado Congresswoman Diana DEGETT - says gun show loopholes are too big.] ["The Gun Room" Bill MOLNAR, gun owner Ross ARGABRITE - oppose gun control laws.]

Avila, Jim;
Brokaw, Tom;
O'Neil, Roger

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