WBAI Evening News
- 11/07/2017 by Linda Perry (WBAI News)

Washington Blade photo by Tom Hausman
—New facts about the mass shooter in Texas emerge as do details on the Pentagon's failure to place him on a data base which would have prevented him from obtaining assault weapons. Meanwhile Donald Trump from Seoul, South Korea says stricter gun control laws might have caused more deaths. This is as democratic lawmakers criticize Congress for not enacting strong gun background check laws and Gays Against Guns stage a protest at the offices of Senators Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio. —A jury acquits the off duty NYPD officer who shot Delrawn Small in a road rage killing in Brooklyn. Small was unarmed. His family is devastated and outraged. In Baltimore the driver of the van who injured Freddie Gray is also acquitted of charges. —It's election day. We look at races across the country including here in NYC and hear from elected officials celebrating the 100th anniversary of women's suffrage in New York. 

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