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Friday: Moncton shooting - RCMP friend, Ireland's Magdalene Laundries, squirrel CPR, and more...

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Now that a suspect is in custody, and the lockdown is over, Moncton is overcome with grief -- and tonight, a friend of the late Constable Doug Larche shares his memories...The Irish government has apologized to women who were cruelly abused at the Magdalene Laundries, but one politician won't stop fighting until all survivors are compensated...and an Arizona pool guy named Rick Gruber rescues a half-drowned ground squirrel through timely CPR.

Part One

Moncton shooting: RCMP friend
Don Shannon was a friend of Constable Doug Larche, who was one of three RCMP officers gunned down in Moncton Wednesday.

University salary letter
To protest against the high salaries of university administrators, academics across Canada apply for a plum job at the University of Alberta in groups of four.

Squirrel CPR
Without the intervention of a pool guy in Phoenix, Arizona, a ground squirrel would have become an underground squirrel. Instead, Rick Gruber intervened to save its life using CPR

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Part Two

Magdalene Laundries
Ireland has apologized to survivors of the Magdalene Laundries -- so-called "fallen women" who were cruelly abused in church-run institutions. But in the year since the apology, fewer than half of the survivors have been compensated. Irish politician Maureen O'Sullivan tells us about her crusade for justice for the women.

Japan child porn ruling
Japan finally passes a law against child pornography -- but the law doesn't include anime and video games, which activists find disturbing.

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Part Three

Nazi coin follow-up
A man named Harry McCorkill left his estate -- including a rare-coin collection -- to an American neo-Nazi group. But yesterday, a New Brunswick court ruled the neo-Nazis can't have it. We'll find out why.

Navajo code talker obit
Chester Nez, the last of the Navajo who developed the code for the famous World War II "Code Talkers" dies in New Mexico.

Tissue sample ownership
If you give a tissue or blood sample, you're literally giving up part of yourself -- because, according to an Ontario court, it no longer belongs to you.

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