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Red Lake, Minnesota / School Shootings #784411

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 23, 2005
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(Studio: Campbell Brown) Reports introduced.

(Red Lake, Minnesota: Kevin Tibbles) The troubled life of Jeff Weise, who went on a shooting rampage at Red Lake Indian Reservation in Minnesota, featured; scenes shown from a memorial service for victims in Bemidji; details given of Weise’s link to a neo-Nazi Website. [Friends Taschina BENIAS†, Michelle KINGBIRD†- relate Weise’s plan to shoot up the high school on Adolf Hitler’s birthday.] [Aunt Kimberly Des JARLAIT†- talks about Jeff.]

(Red Lake, Minnesota: Carl Quintanilla) The Red Lake tribe’s independence and opposition to outside attention featured. [Columbine {Colorado} High School principal Frank DeANGELIS†- comments on his offer to visit Red Lake.] [Red Lake Indian Council chairman Floyd JOURDAIN†- says this is our home.] [National Association of School Psychologists Dr. Ted FEINBERG††- comments on helping Red Lake residents.]

Brown, Campbell;
Tibbles, Kevin;
Quintanilla, Carl

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