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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 14, 2014
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) The protests and vigil in Ferguson, Missouri, where unarmed teen Michael Brown was shot last Saturday by a police officer, introduced. [President OBAMA - talks about the tragic circumstances.]

(Ferguson: Jason Carroll) A change in police tactics after aggressive policing against angry protesters featured; scenes shown of the demonstrators, the violence last night, the arrest of two journalists, police actions against news crews. The pattern of protests turning violent at night discussed.

(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion held with St. Louis alderman Antonio French and Carissa McGraw, who were arrested in last night's turmoil in Ferguson, [Last night, McGRAW - complains about police treatment.] [FRENCH - explains how he was arrested last night after the police shot smoke grenades into the crowd.] [McGRAW - explains her arrest on the street when she was being peaceful.]

Blitzer, Wolf;
Carroll, Jason

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