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Red Lake, Minnesota / School Shootings / Weise #784150

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 22, 2005
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(Studio: Campbell Brown) Report introduced.

(Red Lake, Minnesota: Kevin Tibbles) The shootings on an Indian reservation in Red Lake, Minnesota, featured; scenes shown of a vigil for victims; details given about teenager Jeff Weise’s murder of his grandfather, Daryl Lussier††, and several people at the high school before he killed himself; animation shown of the school rampage. [WOMAN – comments.] [FBI agent Michael TABMAN†- comments on the investigation.] [Students Alicia NEADEAU†, Ashley MORRISON††- describe what happened.]

(Studio: Campbell Brown) Report introduced.

(Bemidji, Minnesota: Carl Quintanilla) Weise’s troubled life featured; his writings on a neo-Nazi Website quoted. [MORRISON – describes Weise.] [Child psychology expert Dr. Michael RICH††- comments on Weise’s writings.] [Red Lake Indian Council Chairman Floyd JOURDAIN†- says our community is devastated.]

(Studio: Campbell Brown) Upcoming story previewed.

Brown, Campbell;
Tibbles, Kevin;
Quintanilla, Carl

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