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Nightline: Lessons Learned #649127

ABC Special for Thursday, Apr 22, 1999

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Live discussion with Ted Koppel (ABC), Jonesboro shooting victim's widower Mitchell Wright, Jonesboro gunman's mother Gretchen Woodard, Jonesboro victim's mother Suzanne Wilson, Columbine parent Jane Savage, Columbine student Jaye Gonyea, Westside Middle School teacher Annette Thetford, Juvenile Intake Officer Stacy Worthington, Jonesboro parent James Toney, Columbine teacher Paula Reed, Arkansas State University Dr. Tyra Turner, Attorney Bobby McDaniel, Westside student Brandy George, Columbine High School Principal Frank DeAngelis, and unidentified others re: the aftermath of the school shooting in Jonesboro, Arkansas, and advice for the survivors of the Columbine High School shooting.


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