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Security Watch (The Homefront) #790443

CNN Evening News for Thursday, May 19, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Oakland, California: Frank Buckley) The incident in Oakland, California, in which homeowner Patrick McCullough† shot a kid {17-year-old Melvin McHenry†} examined; scenes shown from the neighborhood, including demonstrations against McCullough & the family's "I am not moving" sign in their window. [McCULLOUGH - explains why he was armed at night; explains why he shot the kid; defends stopping an attack.] [McHENRY - denies having a gun.] [Oakland police department Lt. Lawrence GREEN†- supports McCullough.] [Wife Daphne McCULLOUGH†- says we want to just live peacefully.] [McHenry's mother Stacy HEGLER†- worries about her kids being shot by Patrick.]

Brown, Aaron;
Buckley, Frank

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