60 Minutes: Season 35, Episode 3

Armed and Dangerous/The Royal Treatment/The End of the Embargo? (13 Oct. 2002)

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"Armed and Dangerous" examines whether someone who was involuntarily committed to a mental institution should be allowed to own a gun. "The Royal Treatment" takes a look at a company that ... See full summary »

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Himself - Correspondent (segment "Armed and Dangerous")
Stephen Doherty ...
Himself - Chief, Wakefield Police Department (segment "Armed and Dangerous")
Jim Kessler ...
Himself - Americans for Gun Safety (segment "Armed and Dangerous")
Russell Weston ...
Himself - Capitol Shooter (segment "Armed and Dangerous") (archive footage)
Carolyn McCarthy ...
Herself - Representative, New York (segment "Armed and Dangerous")
Larry Pratt ...
Himself - Executive Director, Gun Owners of America (segment "Armed and Dangerous")
Michael Faenza ...
Himself - President, National Mental Health Association (segment "Armed and Dangerous")
Anthony Galioto ...
Himself - Gun Enthusiast (segment "Armed and Dangerous")
Howard Zonana ...
Himself - Yale University (segment "Armed and Dangerous")
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Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Royal Treatment")
Mark Britt ...
Himself - SAS Employee (segment "The Royal Treatment")
Jim Goodnight ...
Himself - Co-Founder & CEO, SAS (segment "The Royal Treatment")
Beverly Dudley ...
Herself - SAS Employee (segment "The Royal Treatment")
Todd Dudley ...
Himself - SAS Employee (segment "The Royal Treatment")
Jeff Chambers ...
Himself - Director of Human Resources, SAS (segment "The Royal Treatment")
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"Armed and Dangerous" examines whether someone who was involuntarily committed to a mental institution should be allowed to own a gun. "The Royal Treatment" takes a look at a company that is incredibly generous to its workers. "The End of the Embargo?" talks to people who want to end the 40-year trade embargo against Cuba. "Andy Rooney" talks about the doctor-patient relationship. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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