16-year-old Ralph Yarl was shot twice when he rang the wrong doorbell trying to pick up his little brothers. 84-year-old Andrew Lester pleaded not guilty to the shooting. Klint Ludwig, Lester’s grandson, speaks to CNN’s Don Lemon about the incident.
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“Wrong Place” Shootings on the Rise & Southwest Passenger Loses It Over Crying Baby | The Daily Show
Jordan Klepper tackles the news of the day, including the Southwest passenger outraged by a crying baby and the rise of “wrong place” shootings, with commentary from Roy Wood Jr., Desi Lydic, and Michael Kosta.
“We should all be angry, sad, horrified, and upset.” Fred Guttenberg, whose daughter was killed in the 2018 Parkland shooting, reacts to recent mistaken shootings and calls for stricter gun measures. “There is so much we can do that the majority of America agrees with.”
Ralph Yarl, 16, is an honor student an accomplished high school musician. He’s made a remarkable recover since getting shot last week, CBS2’s Dick Brennan reports.
Louisville released police body camera video of the shooting that left five people dead and eight others injured. Police said the gunman legally bought the AR-15 style rifle used in the attack just six days ago. Democrats representing Louisville called for tougher gun safety laws saying state and federal officials have not done enough. Geoff Bennett discussed the latest with Rep. Morgan McGarvey.