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Ft. Hood, Texas / Shootings / Police Heroes / Guns #952728

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 11, 2009
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(Ft. Hood: Bob Woodruff) The first statements from police heroes Sgt. Mark Todd & Sgt. Kim Munley, who shot the gunman {Maj. Nidal Hasan} at the Army base at Ft. Hood, Texas, presented; photos shown. [On Oprah, from Killeen, TODD, MUNLEY - recount what happened in the shooting.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) A first look inside Hasan's apartment shown.

(Washington: Pierre Thomas) Hasan's gun & the issue of interagency information sharing about gun purchases featured; scenes shown from outside the Guns Galore store in Killeen; details given about the shooting in Little Rock by Abdul Muhammad†, who fired on a recruiting station. [Former FBI agent Brad GARRETT†- talks about the gun.] [9/11 commission member Richard BEN-VENISTE†- says we need to be smarter about sharing information about gun purchases.]

Gibson, Charles;
Woodruff, Bob;
Thomas, Pierre

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