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It's the deadliest shooting rampage in American history.  At least 33 people are dead after a shooting rampage at  the campus Virginia Tech.  Would California's gun laws prevent a similar situation here?

Producers:
Karen Radziner
Dan Konecky

Main Topic The Deadliest Shooting Rampage in American History

At least 33 people, including one gunman, are dead after a shooting rampage on the campus of Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia.  There were two incidents--the first in a dormitory at 7:15am, the second in a classroom building two hours later. Police say they still don't know if the two incidents were related.  If the same gunman was involved, some angry students say they don't understand how he was able to strike twice.  We hear from Virginia, talk with the chief of campus security at UCLA and ask if California's gun laws would prevent a similar tragedy.




Guests:
Robert Pierre, Reporter for the Washington Post
Whit Collins, Former Editor of Guns & Ammo
Karl Ross, Chief of Police for the University of California Police Department at UCLA

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