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Red Lake, Minnesota / School Shootings #784168

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 22, 2005
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Red Lake, Minnesota: Bob McNamara) The investigation into why teenager Jeff Weise† went on a deadly shooting rampage at Red Lake Indian Reservation in Minnesota before killing himself featured; scenes shown from Red Lake High School, where several people were killed; Weise’s writings on a neo-Nazi Website quoted. [Chippewa Tribal Chairman Floyd JOURDAIN†- says these are the darkest days in the history of our people.] [FBI agent Michael TABMAN†- describes what happened after Weise killed his grandfather & grandfather’s girlfriend.] [Student Ashley MORRISON†- describes what happened at the high school.] [Emergency room director Tim HALL†, Governor Tim PAWLENTY†- react.] Weise’s troubled life discussed.

(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(Studio: Mika Brzezinski) The question of whether warning signs can predict that a teenager is becoming a threat examined. [Harvard Medical School William POLLACK†- explains his objection to the term “school shooter”; outlines key warning signals.] The concern about removing a troubled child from school discussed.

Reporter(s):
Schieffer, Bob;
McNamara, Bob;
Brzezinski, Mika
Duration:
00:05:50

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