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Cleveland, Ohio / School Shooting / Coon / Pitt Interview (Part I) #875122

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 11, 2007
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Yesterday's shooting at the Success Tech high school in Philadelphia by teen Asa Coon featured; cell phone video from inside the schools and photo of the kid.

(Cleveland, Ohio: Joe Johns) The troubled teen's history of violence reviewed; school surveillance video shown; details given about the domestic violence charge, from records about his and the brother's behavior. [Science TEACHER, OFFICIAL - comment on Asa's behavior.] [Police Chief Michael McGRATH†- recounts what information is available about Asa.] [School safety consultant Kenneth TRUMP†- offers perspective on the system.] The question of how much we really know about what happened here discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with forensic psychiatrist Dr. Steve Pitt about the missed warning signs. [From Phoenix, PITT - outlines the red flags to be looked for, but there is an art to assessing the red-flagged information.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Johns, Joe

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