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Eye on America Investigation (Gun Law Loopholes) Part II #714298

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 12, 2002
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Denver: Cynthia Bowers) The second part of the CBS News/KCNC joint investigation of loopholes in gun laws presented; details given about how easy it is to convert a legally obtained rifle into an unlawful machine gun; scenes shown from the Denver, Colorado, gun show where Eric Harris†† and Dylan Klebold†† bought the weapons used in the Columbine High School massacre. [Dragon Arms Mel BERNSTEIN†- comments on restrictions placed on the buying, selling and shooting of automatic weapons.] [State representative Dan GROSSMAN†- says no one needs a machine gun for self-protection or hunting.] [Unidentified MAN – expresses anger over his conviction for buying components he assumed were legal at a gun show.] [ATF Jerry PETRILLI†- comments on violations to the gun control law.]

Rather, Dan;
Bowers, Cynthia

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