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Jonesboro, Arkansas / Carter Death / Suicide or Homicide / A Discussion #1028787

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 15, 2012
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(Studio: Soledad O'Brien; studio: Randi Kaye) A follow-up {see August 9 story} on the shooting death in Jonesboro, Arkansas, of Chavis†† Carter, who died in police custody of a gunshot wound while handcuffed, discussed; details given about the police actions that led to Carter being held and whether Carter could have had a gun in the police car and the unanswered key questions about what happened to Carter; scenes shown of a Jonesboro police reenactment of how Carter could have shot himself. [Last week, police Chief Michael YATES†- says it is quite easy to do {in handcuffs}.]
O'Brien, Soledad;
Kaye, Randi

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