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Jonesboro, Arkansas / Carter Death / Suicide or Homicide #1029034

CNN Evening News for Friday, Aug 17, 2012
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(Studio: Soledad O'Brien) Report introduced.

(Jonesboro: Randi Kaye) New information on the questions about the shooting of handcuffed Chavis Carter in a police car in Jonesboro, Arkansas, examined; details given about the police incident that led to Carter being searched and then put in a police vehicle, later handcuffed and then how police found he had been shot in the car. [Victim's mother Theresa CARTER†- says the police killed her son and she wants to know what really happened.] [Last week, police Chief Michael YATES†- says it is quite easy to do {in handcuffs}; states the officers missed a gun on Carter; indicates it is a remote possibility police shot Carter.]

(Studio: Soledad O'Brien; studio: Randi Kaye) The evidence from the police car video with no shooting sound heard on the tape discussed; dashcam video and a witness testimony shown.

Reporter(s):
O'Brien, Soledad;
Kaye, Randi
Duration:
00:08:10

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