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SHOTLIST:AP Television - AP Clients Newtown, Conn. - Dec. 161. TS Newtown resident with candle2. WS Resident with candle walking past camera3. Soundbite: Ashley Hammond / Newtown Student (Transcribed Below)AP Television - AP Clients Newtown, Conn. - Dec. 164. Pool Video / AP Clients Newtown, Conn. - Dec. 165. Obama enters auditorium for memorial serviceAP Television - AP ClientsDec. 16 - Newtown, Conn.6. TS of candle on outdoor memorial display7. MS of shot of audience from behind8. MS of man in audience with girl on his shouldersPool Video / AP Clients Newtown, Conn. - Dec. 166. Soundbite: President Barack Obama /NO SUPER (Transcribed Below)7. MS Audience cutawayAP Television - AP ClientsDec. 16 - Newtown, Conn.9. Various of Outdoor memorial and Newtown residentsPool Video / AP Clients Newtown, Conn. - Dec. 166. Soundbite: President Barack Obama /NO SUPER (Transcribed Below)7. MS of sign in Newtown - God Bless Sandy Hook8. TS of police lights 9. WS of police car10. TS of Sandy Hook Elementary School Sign11. Soundbite: Aiden Foss / Sandy Hook School Student (Transcribed Below)12.Obama on stage during memorial service13. Soundbite: Aiden Foss / Sandy Hook School Student (Transcribed Below)14. Soundbite: President Obama / No Super NO SUPER (Transcribed Below)15. Zoom out from memorial to John Mone Stand-Up -- Transcribed BelowSTORYLINE:[[VOICE OVER] QUEUING UP IN THE DAMP CONNECTICUT COLD, PEOPLE FROM NEWTOWN AND BEYOND WAITED TO HEAR THE PRESIDENT WEIGH IN ON UNSPEAKABLE TRAGEDY-[[SOT]][[SUPER: ASHLEY HAMMOND, NEWTOWN, CT] "I would ask why would anyone want to do this to anyone. It's just really mean." [[VOICE OVER] 11-YEAR-OLD ASHLEY HAMMOND SAYS SHE'D ASK THAT QUESTION TO THE PRESIDENT… IN HIS FOURTH YEAR OF OFFICE IT WAS ANOTHER SORROWFUL VISIT FOR BARACK OBAMA TO CONSOLE A COMMUNITY IN SHOCK FROM A MASS SHOOTING..[[SOT-PRESIDENT]""these tragedies must end."[[VOICE OVER] IN A VIGIL FOR THE FALLEN, THE PRESIDENT ADMITTED THAT NONE OF HIS WORDS WOULD MATCH THE GRIEF MANY ARE FEELING…[[VOICE OVER] HE TOLD THE COMMUNITY OF NEWTOWN, THE SITE OF THE SECOND DEADLIEST SCHOOL SHOOTING IN U-S HISTORY-"YOU ARE NOT ALONE." AND ISSUED SOME OF THE STRONGEST WORDS ON WHAT MUST CHANGE--THE MASSACRE OF 26 CHILDREN AND ADULTS AT SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY ON FRIDAY ELICITED HORROR AROUND THE WORLD. 10-YEAR-OLD AIDEN FOSS, LIVED THROUGH IT-"it was terrifying."[[voice over]]HE GOES TO SANDY HOOK ELEMENTARY -AND WATCHED THE PRESIDENT SPEAK-- "it was pretty touching. Especially the part where he said everybody needs to change to make the community a better place. That was pretty touching."[[VOICE OVER] IN THE WEEK AHEAD FAMILIES WILL BURY THEIR DEAD. MOTHERS AND FATHERS WILL SAY GOODBYE TO 20 CHILDREN KILLED BY A LONE GUN MAN…ARMED WITH ENOUGH AMMUNITION AUTHORITIES SAY TO KILL ALMOST EVERY STUDENT AT THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL HE LAYED SIEGE TO..JOHN MONE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWTOWN, CONNECTICUT. (****END****)