Saturday, January 8, 2011

Seeking a Moment of Clarity: Few Questions Answered at Westward Look Press Conference

Posted By on Sat, Jan 8, 2011 at 9:06 PM

Pima County Sheriff Clarence W. Dupnik, stands in front of members of the press at the Westward Look Resort. The Pima County Sheriff’s Department held a press conference regarding today’s shooting, which resulted in the death of at least six people, including District Judge John Roll.
  • Photograph by Josh Morgan
  • Pima County Sheriff Clarence W. Dupnik, stands in front of members of the press at the Westward Look Resort. The Pima County Sheriff’s Department held a press conference regarding today’s shooting, which resulted in the death of at least six people, including District Judge John Roll.

Dupnik gives further details about the todays shooting.

Dupnik confirmed that five people died at the scene of the crime, and a nine-year-old girl passed away shortly after her arrival to the E.R.
  • Photograph by Josh Morgan
  • Dupnik confirmed that five people died at the scene of the crime, and a nine-year-old girl passed away shortly after her arrival to the E.R.

F.B.I. special agent in charge, Nathan Gray, answers questions from members of the press.

Dr. Richard Carmona tells members of the press that he is cautiously optimistic about Gabrielle Giffords recovery. Giffords, who was shot in the head in todays shooting, is being treated at University Medical Center and is currently in critical condition.
  • Photograph by Josh Morgan
  • Dr. Richard Carmona tells members of the press that he is cautiously optimistic about Gabrielle Gifford's recovery. Gifford's, who was shot in the head in today's shooting, is being treated at University Medical Center and is currently in critical condition.

Dupnik talks to the media after the press conference.

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