Top of the Hour: Two Suspects Arrested for Role in Tulsa OK Shooting, Morning Headlines

Monday, April 09, 2012

Two suspects were arrested yesterday for their role in the shooting rampage in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Officials say that revenge may have been a motivation for the killings. In other headlines: reports that the proposed cease-fire in Syria is unravelling; North Korea appears to be on-track to launching a long-range missile; possible link reported between obesity in pregnant woman and autism in her child; and "The Hunger Games" wins the box office war over "American Reunion" and "Titanic" in 3D.

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McGuan from NYC

What is the point of giving a biography of one of the alleged shooters in the Tulsa, OK killing spree that occurred over the weekend without providing a biography on any of his victims? Should we only feel for the alleged shooter? What about the victims who were killed without reason?

I am very distressed by WNYC's decision to frame the story in a manner that attempts to makes the listener feel sorry for Jake England. I thought that WNYC had more sense than that. I expect that from Fox News and mainstream media, not a public radio station I have supported.

Apr. 09 2012 05:17 PM

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