NBC Evening News for Friday, Mar 18, 2005
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(Philadelphia: Ron Allen) The struggle in Philadelphia to stop a string of murders featured; statistics cited on killings & registered weapons; details given about gun laws and budget cuts. [Victim Wander DeJesus’ cousin Kathy CORREA- describes her cousin.] [Chicago Police Department Superintendent Philip CLINE- comments on the reduction of homicides in his city.] [Philadelphia Mayor John STREET– says there are too many guns.] [Men United Ray JONES- comments on his efforts to fight the gun problem.]
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