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Missouri / Police Shooting #1070238

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 16, 2014
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(Studio: Dan Harris) Report introduced.

(Ferguson, Missouri: Steve Osunsami) The governor's curfew for the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, following the unrest after the police shooting by Darren Wilson of teenager Michael Brown a week ago and the release of video of a robbery examined; scenes shown of the demonstrations against the police and the surveillance video of the liquor store. [Demonstrator Chuck APLHIN†- comments.] [Governor Jay NIXON - reads a statement about the cycle of violence.] [Voice of journalist Amy NELSON†- describes what happened: the people are upset.] [Store owner Ibrahim RAMMAHA†- says the police won't respond.] [Victim's cousin Ty PRUITT†- speaks against unrest.]

(Studio: Dan Harris) The governor's press conference presented; scenes shown of the crowd speaking out.

(Studio: Dan Harris; Ferguson, Missouri: Steve Osunsami) The unrest in the city discussed.

Harris, Dan;
Osunsami, Steve

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