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31 October 2002

CBS News (USA)

TUCSON, Arizona — The National Rifle Association and its high-profile leader Charlton Heston went ahead with a rally here Wednesday, two days after a flunking student who collected guns shot three professors to death before killing himself. An estimated 700 people attended the rally at the Tucson Convention Center, about four miles from the University of Arizona's nursing school, where Monday's shootings took place. NRA Chief Executive Officer Wayne LaPierre... (GunPolicy.org)

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