MSNBC Dayside: America at War anchored by Gregg Jarrett 12:00 hour.
NBC ID: ARW3IFZTVM | Production Unit: MSNBC Live (Dayside) | Media Type: Aired Show | Media ID: MNBC-DAY-20020426-0003 | Air Date(s): 04/26/2002 | Event Date(s): 04/26/2002
Event Date(s): 04/26/2002 | Description: 12:00:00 MSNBC Live: America at War anchored by Gregg Jarrett. 12:00:02 Jarrett voices over preview video. 12:01:30 Jarrett reporters the latest injuries and casualties associated with the aftermath of a school shooting at Gutenberg High School in Erfurt, Germany. Jarrett reports that a nineteen-year-old expelled student shot and killed eighteen students before turning the gun on himself. 13:01:45 Jarrett is joined live by NBC News correspondent Dawna Friesen from London, England. Friesen reports that a nineteen-year-old gunman killed eighteen students because he was expelled from school. Shot of two armed federal agents carrying equipment past an area cordoned of by police tape. Panning shot of people leaning against a wall. A man consoling students outdoors. German police officer talking to others. Wide shot of rescue vehicles parked outside Gutenberg High School. Shot of people standing outdoors. Wide shot zooms in on windows of Gutenberg High School. Rear shot of a sniper ducking down behind a car. Police officers close a gate after emergency vehicle passes through. Wide shot of police standing outside a school. A female students wipes tears away while walking outdoors. Zoom out on three people walking along a sidewalk. Zoom out on two women standing together. Pan across people standing behind a gate. Panning wide shot of students and faculty standing on a street. Panning wide shot of an emergency vehicle. 12:04:43 Jarrett is joined live by NBC News correspondent Ron Blome from Crawford, Texas. Blome reports on President George W. Bush's 2002-04-25 meeting with Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Abdullah. Blome reports that President George W. Bush is happy that the first quarter Gross Domestic Product figures increased by almost six percent. Video from 2002-04-25 of President Bush standing with Prince Abdullah outside his ranch in Crawford. Clip from 2002-04-25 of President George W. Bush commenting how he expects Israel to withdraw troops from the West Bank. 12:07:12 Clip from Jarrett's earlier interview with "Hardball" host Chris Matthews. Matthews discusses how the economy can either boost or decrease a president's popularity and approval ratings. They also discuss presidential advisor Karen Hughes resignation and the Catholic Church sex scandal. Close-up profile of former President Bill Clinton during a Democratic fund-raiser. Clinton glad-handing with others as flashbulbs flash. Tilt up from Clinton waving to people standing on a balcony. Video of Clinton being interviewed by reporters. Video of presidential advisor Karen Hughes standing indoors. Low shot of Archdiocese of Washington, DC Cardinal Theodore McCarrick being interviewed by a reporter while riding down an airport escalator. 12:13:00 Graphic plug firstname.lastname@example.org. 12:13:50 Jarrett voices over panning shot from "United States Postal Service" sign to a building exterior in Wallingford, Connecticut. Wide shot of a United States Postal Service building exterior. 12:14:00 Jarrett voices over slow motion video of late singer Lisa Lopes (TLC) performing on a stage during a concert. 12:17:18 Jarrett reports the latest headlines during "MSNBC Right Now" segment. 12:18:20 Jarrett voices over point of view video of Israeli army tank rolling along a road in the West Bank. Point of view video of a vehicle following an Israeli tank. 12:18:42 Jarrett is joined live via videophone by NBC News correspondent Tom Aspell from Bethlehem, West Bank. Aspell reports on the two Palestinian gunmen inside the Church of Nativity, the standoff between Palestinians and Israelis at the church, and rescue operations to help injured victims. Wide daylight exterior shots of the Church of Nativity. Rear shot of an Israeli tank driving along a road. Israeli soldier standing near an army tank. Zoom out on building exteriors. 12:20:54 Clip of NBC News correspondent David Bloom reporting on an anthrax case at a United States Postal Facility in Wallingford, Connecticut. Exterior daylight panning shot of the grounds of the United States Post Office in Wallingford. Wide shot of a parking lot and loading are behind the building. Shot zooms out on a trailer sitting in a loading area revealing a car parked in the parking lot. During an interview at night, Wallingford Post Office spokesman Jim Cari says that they wanted to make sure there was no Anthrax in the ceiling and that the postal service is glad they tested the ceiling. Daylight exterior shot zooms out on a trailer sitting in a loading area revealing a car parked in the parking lot. Still of ninety four-year-old Anthrax victim Ottilie Lundgren. Exterior daylight wide shot of a truck pulling to a stop on the side of a road. Mid shot of mailboxes. Mid shot of the United States Postal Service (USPS) symbol on the side of a mailbox. During interview while sitting in a car an unidentified postal worker says that the Anthrax has been in the building for eight months. Bloom closes. 12:22:40 Clip of NBC analyst Doctor Sue Bailey commenting about the traces of anthrax spores at a Wallingford postal facility and how serious a threat they pose to postal workers. 12:26:05 Jarrett voices over preview video. 12:26:24 Jarrett voices over preview video. 12:27:12 NBC News correspondent Dan Lothian reports on the life and death of pop star Lisa Lopes. Brief cuts of members from TLC Lisa Lopes, Rozanda Thomas, Tionne Watkins are in clips from unidentified music videos. Interior video from 2002-02-23 of Singer/actress Jennifer Lopez and actor David Duchovny stand on stage a in Los Angeles, California announcing TLC has one a Grammy Award. (Courtesy of N.A.R.A.S) Watkins, Lopes and Thomas stand up in the audience cheering with others. Lopes stands in Georgia court in 1994 while she stands trial for setting fire to boyfriend and Atlanta Falcon's professional football player Andre Rison's home. Wide shot from 1994 of Rison's home engulfed in flames. Rison speaking. Rison and others during a football game. The Judge in Lopes' case speaking from bench in Georgia. Lopes speaking. Brief cuts of TLC in clips from unidentified music videos. Interior shot pans from photographs taking photographs across a room to Lopez and Thomas posing with posters. Lopes is seen in a clip from a music video. Exterior nighttime shot of an unidentified man is seen speaking. During interview an unidentified woman says that she is a very big fan of TLC and that she has a couple of their albums as another woman looks on. An unidentified woman says that Lopes was fun and helped people party and then became very spiritual as an unidentified woman looks on. Clip of TLC in clips from an unidentified music video. Still of Lopes. Lothian closes from Los Angeles, California.