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December 13th, 2013
10:27 PM ET

Arapahoe High School student on shooter: "He was the last person you would expect to shoot up a high school"

Frank Woronoff said he knew the shooter who opened fire today at Arapahoe High School in Colorado. There were some reports that one teacher was the target. Woronoff tells Anderson what happened when saw spoke to that teacher shortly after the shooting.
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December 13th, 2013
10:25 PM ET

Arapahoe High School shooting witness: "You have to stay strong for everyone else around you"

Courtney Leypoldt says she found out the shooting started when she spotted a fellow student screaming and covered in blood. She talks to Anderson about the moments she spent in locked down at the school.
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December 13th, 2013
10:24 PM ET

Similarities and differences between the Arapahoe and Columbine school shootings

Only a few miles separate Columbine and Arapahoe High Schools. There are images from both tragedies that are eerily similar. The outcomes were very different for a variety of reasons. Dave Cullen spent about a decade researching and writing the book "Columbine."
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December 13th, 2013
10:23 PM ET

A new perspective on the "affluenza" case: Sergio Molina's story

A judge in Texas sentenced 16-year-old Ethan Couch to ten years of probation for the crash that killed four people. His lawyers argued he is a victim of a so-called condition called 'affluenza,' a theory that Couch isn't really to blame for his actions because his rich parents never set limits for him and he never learned about consequences. Sergio Molina was riding in the back of Couch's truck that night. He survived the accident, but he is suffering unimaginable consequences and his life will never be the same. Gary Tuchman has his story.

 

Anderson discussed this case with criminal defense attorney Brian Wice, Senior Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin and Syracuse University professor Boyce Watkins.
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Filed under: "Affluenza" • Boyce Watkins • Gary Tuchman • Jeffrey Toobin
December 13th, 2013
10:21 PM ET

Mandela memorial sign language interpreter reportedly once faced charges of murder, rape, kidnapping, and theft

There have been plenty of questions about the sign language interpreter at Nelson Mandela's memorial. How did he get the job? What was he signing? But now there are new questions about whether this man has a serious criminal record. Errol Barnett has the latest.
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December 13th, 2013
10:19 PM ET

Was American hostage Bob Levinson captured while on a secret mission?

In 2007, it's believed Bob Levinson was taken hostage while traveling in Iran. He has now been held captive overseas longer than any other American. There is evidence suggesting Levinson may have been a spy and working with people inside the CIA who had no business staging operations. Anderson discussed all of this with "Blowback" author Valerie Plame and Bob Baer. Both are former CIA officers.
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December 13th, 2013
10:15 PM ET

Playgrounds rise in memory of Sandy Hook shooting victims

They are symbols of hope and recovery. 26 playgrounds, each one honoring a life cut short during the massacre in Newtown, Connecticut. Some of these playgrounds are rising in areas hit hard by Superstorm Sandy. Tom Foreman has the story.
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Filed under: American Journey • Connecticut School Shooting