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Killing Sprees / Binghamton, New York #928002

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 05, 2009
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(Studio: Dan Harris) The third of recent mass murders in the US with the Tacoma, Washington, shooting of five children by their father after the rampages in Pittsburgh & Binghamton, New York, reported.

(Binghamton, New York: Stephanie Sy) The murders at a Binghamton community center & of three policemen in Pittsburgh reviewed; statistics on the jump in gun applications cited; scenes shown from the American Civic Assn. building in Binghamton. [Northeastern University James FOX†- says the American dream is now a nightmare & people are looking for someone to blame.] [Broome County D.A. Gerald MOLLEN†, Brady Center board of trustees Michael WOLKOWITZ†- comment on motivation.]

Harris, Dan;
Sy, Stephanie

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