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Panama City, Florida / School Board Shooting / Duke #982720

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 15, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The incident at a Panama City, Florida, school board meeting in which a man, Clay Duke††, with a gun shot at the members before being wounded and shooting himself reviewed; video shown, including board member Ginger Littleton swing her purse at Duke. [LITTLETON - explains being concerned about "my guys."]

(Studio: Tom Foreman) The background of shooter Duke presented; photos and video shown; details given about his obsession with "V for Vendetta," his bipolar diagnosis, his imprisonment for five years, the gun he had. [Panama City police deputy chief Robert COLBERT†- says Duke had mental health issues; clarifies that Duke's wife had been terminated.] [Wife Rebecca DUKE - talks about her husband.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The security guard, Mike Jones, who shot Duke mentioned.

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