ABC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 05, 2009
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(Washington: Martha Raddatz) The rampage by a Muslim doctor identified as Maj. Nidal Hasan reviewed; map & base shown. [Ft. Hood Lt. III Corps commander Gen. Robert CONE- describes what happened; states the facility is locked down.] [Soldier's WIFE, SOLDIER, WOMAN, Senator Kay Bailey HUTCHISON- react to the tragedy.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson, Brian Ross) What is known about Maj. Hasan, who recently was transferred to the base, discussed.
(Studio: Charles Gibson; Ft. Hood: John Quinones) What is known about the civilian & military wounded with the shooting taking place at the processing center discussed; scenes shown from Ft. Hood.
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.
(New York: John Berman) The heavy casualties for soldiers from Ft. Hood, the world's largest military installation, reviewed; details given about deployment to Iraq & Afghanistan. [Army Sgt. Todd SINGLETON, Lt. Col. Gary VOLESKY, June 28, 2005, Col. Robert ABRAMS; May 30, 2005, Tracey CUNNINGHAM- comment on Ft. Hood soldiers.] [April 22, 2004, acting Army Secretary Lee BROWNLEE- speaks about the capture of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) A newspaper report that two other suspects have been released indicating one shooter acting alone noted.
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