Magazine March 19, 2018, Issue


Episode 118:
“POTUS & The Active Shooter”
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Cut to: Ext. High School — Day

A swarm of police cars. The place is a major crime scene. Radios squawk. Flashing lights. Helicopters overhead. Media vans. CAMERA MOVES past the scene and LANDS ON:

TV Reporter (Female): . . . police here on the scene have no new information about the active shooter inside the school. It’s a standoff, with casualties unknown. Sheriff, do you have any strategy for resolving this?

Sheriff: Well, Noreen, as you know, current protocols require us to move with extreme caution. We need to be mindful both of the

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