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school Shooting / Philadelphia / Cleveland #875104

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Oct 11, 2007
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The arsenal of weapons seized by police that were planned to be used in an attack on a school in Philadelphia shown.

(Cleveland: Eric Horng) Yesterday's shooting at the Success Tech high school in Philadelphia by teen Asa Coon featured; cell phone video from inside the schools to indicate the chaos there and animated diagrams shown. [Police Chief Michael McGRATH†- recounts what happened in the school.] [Student Ronald BRUCE†- says he talked to teachers about Coon.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(No location given: Dan Harris) The cache of weapons found in the Whitemarsh, Pennsylvania, home of a 14-year-old boy featured; scenes of guns, knives, swords, assault rifles and hand grenades shown; details given about the kid's Website. [Montgomery County prosecutor Bruce CASTOR†- comments on the weapons and the teenager, who had been bullied.]

Gibson, Charles;
Horng, Eric;
Harris, Dan

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