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Goose Creek, South Carolina / School Drug Raid #741381

CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 07, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Goose Creek, South Carolina: Mark Strassmann) The furor over a police drug raid at Stratford High School in Goose Creek, South Carolina, featured; video shown of the officers in the school with weapons drawn; details given about zero tolerance policies designed to keep drugs out of schools. [Student Maurice HARRIS†- describes what happened.] [Parents Maurice HARRIS, Sr.†, Jake LEWIS†- express anger.] [Goose Creek police department Lt. Dave AARONS†- says it wasn’t an overreaction.] [Stratford High School principal George McCRACKIN†- says he’ll utilize whatever forces are necessary to keep this campus safe.]

Rather, Dan;
Strassmann, Mark

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