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July 21st, 2012
08:36 PM ET

Psychological Impact of Theater Massacre

Psychologist Wendy Walsh talked with Don Lemon about the alleged shooter in Aurora, Colorado... and how some victims transformed into heroes that terrible night.

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  1. Marilyn

    Didn't like to see people interviewed in their hospital bed, as a nurse found it disrespectful and think these people need to recover first then if they want to tell the story fine, but think that is low. Watch Baldwin talking he is such a jerk trying to say the things that his Christian Republicans believe it was nice to finally hear him say that we should evaluate things and pass laws where someone can't buy a automatic weapon and all those rounds of bullets, but the NRA has bought Washington.

    July 21, 2012 at 9:05 pm |
  2. JGallagher Average American

    CNN shame shame : quote from this web page " Like this:Be the 1st to Like this" you should out of respect for the victims remove this from this page. Its seems grim and morbid to ask someone to "like" this page.???? Bad call editor....the only thing Americans would like is a station who care for the pain these familes are feeling. God Bless the victims and families of this senseless act .

    July 23, 2012 at 7:29 am |
  3. karmine Clark/using her E-mail today

    This weekend we focus on the victims of the Aurora, shooting this was very shocking but, we did not focus on three-deaths and twenty-one wounded gang members in the state of Chicago, why? No tribute to victims that may have been hit by gun fire, yet remembering others would be a negative tribute for this community of people who are not gang members first. Why not focus on this issue, African Americans have been complaining for years about gun policy and gang members in our community.

    July 24, 2012 at 3:16 pm |
  4. Frank

    1- It is shame that the criminals [in general] are protected by laws which give them [REWARDS THEM] their full rights, and they can hire the best lawyers to defend themselves, [but in case, if they cannot afford it, then one can be provided, and the innocent people have to pay the cost]. Moreover the criminals are getting a lot of free publicity in which the future criminals might regard this as REWARDS, while the innocent victims are left for their families and friends to look after them, and their REWARDS are few nice words [sorry , that is one], and good prayers which does not do them any good.

    2- Is there any fairness in today’s laws ?.

    3- What you think, are today’s laws will help increase or decrease the crimes ?.

    September 28, 2012 at 6:43 pm |

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