CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 23, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.
(Scottsdale, Arizona: Beth Nissen) The story of 74-year-old Jim Minder†, the former chairman of Smith & Wesson, whose past history of armed robbery in the 1950s came out late in his life presented. [MINDER - recalls the robberies while in college & how he decided to leave his life of crime to start a non-profit business working with at-risk kids; states his prison record just never came up with Smith & Wesson.]
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