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A teenager charged with killing three students at an Ohio high school pleaded guilty to all charges Tuesday, the eve of the ...
first anniversary of the deadly incident. (Feb. 26)
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DURATION: 1:14-----------------------------------------SHOTLIST:WEWS -- Courtesy - Embargo Cleveland -- AP Clients ONly Chardon, Ohio - Feb. 26, 20131. Wide shot of T.J. Lane entering courtroom2. AP Photo of T.J. Lane shortly after his arrestWEWS -- Courtesy - Embargo Cleveland -- AP Clients ONly Chardon, Ohio - Feb. 26, 20133. Med shot of judge at bench 4. Zoom in on T.J. Lane in courtroom5. Natural Sound from Courtroom (transcribed Below)AP Television -- AP Clients Only Chardon, Ohio - Feb. 29, 20126. Wide shot of woman carrying flowers to sign in front of school 7. Wide shot of memorial in front of school 8. Various tight shots of photos at memorial in front of school WEWS -- Courtesy - Embargo Cleveland -- AP Clients ONly Chardon, Ohio - Feb. 26, 20139. Tight shot of T.J. Lane in courtroom10. Wide shot of T.J. Lane in courtroom 11. Natural Sound in courtroom (transcribed Below) 12. Tight shot of T.J. Lane in courtroomVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:18-YEAR-OLD T.J. LANE WAS CALM AND EXPRESSIONLESS AS HE TOOK HIS SEAT IN COURT TO PLEAD GUILTY TO KILLING THREE STUDENTS IN LAST FEBRUARY'S SCHOOL SHOOTING IN NORTHEAST OHIO.HE WAS 17 AT THE TIME OF THE CRIME -- AND NOT ELIGIBLE FOR THE DEATH PENALTY.BUT HE WAS BEING PROSECUTED AS AN ADULT....AND COULD STILL FACE LIFE BEHIND BARS WHEN HE IS SENTENCED IN MARCH.TUESDAY, HE AGREED TO PLEAD GUILTY TO ALL CHARGES.NAT SOUND"the defendant will plead guilty to count two of the indictment.....the aggravated murder of russell king junior."WEDNESDAY MARKS THE ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF THE DEADLY SHOOTING -- WHICH PROMPTED A MAKE-SHIFT MEMORIAL OUTSIDE THE SCHOOL.INSTEAD OF BALLOONS AND STUFFED ANIMALS, THE DAY WILL BE MARKED BY A MEMORIAL WALK AND SERVICE ACTIVITIES AT THE SCHOOL.INVESTIGATORS SAY LANE ADMITTED TO THE SHOOTING, BUT SAID HE DIDN'T KNOW WHY HE DID IT.THE PROSECUTOR SAYS THE TEEN'S PLEA PROVIDES THE SAME OUTCOME A TRIAL WOULD HAVE PRODUCED.AND HE SAID VICTIMS' FAMILIES AGREED THAT LANE SHOULD FACE LIFE IN PRISON.NAT SOUND.Yes, your honor......and it is your desire to do it.......Yes.SIGOUT - Name/Associated Press