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Crime: Assaults / The Knockout Game / Victim Interview #1055807

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 26, 2013
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(Studio: John Berman) Report introduced.

(New York: Pamela Brown) The issue of whether assaults on the street are part of the trend called "The Knockout Game," in which strangers are assaulted for a thrill examined; video of sucker punching of strangers shown; details given oabout the extent of such attacks in different cities. [Philadelphia police commissioner Charles RAMSEY†, NYPD commisioner Ray KELLY - comment on taking action.] [Knockout Game victim Mark CUMBERLAND†- reacts.]

(Studio: John Berman) Live interview held with Washington, DC, assault victim Phoebe Connolly†. [CONNOLLY - describes what happened to her while biking home and how it might have been the Knockout Game.]

Berman, John;
Brown, Pamela

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