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Eye on Crime (Los Angeles, California / Gangs) #898969

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 11, 2008
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Sandra Hughes) The gang problem in Los Angeles featured; scenes shown from the funeral for teen Jamiel Shaw†, who was killed by a gang member, and from the Bresee Foundation mentoring center; photos shown of shooting victims, including Lavareay Elzy††. [Father Jamiel SHAW†, victim Anthony Escobar††’s uncle John AGUILAR†- comment.] [Mother Sgt. Anita SHAW†– says gangs are terrorism.] [WOMAN – reacts to children being shot.] [Mayor Antonio VILLARAIGOSA†- says we have to support families and mentor kids.] [Gang Czar Jeff CARR†- says every kid ought to know somebody believes in them.] [Bresee Foundation member Mark LOPEZ†- says he’d be in jail or dead.]

Couric, Katie;
Hughes, Sandra

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