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Missouri / Police Shooting / Honore Interview #1070332

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Aug 16, 2014
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(Studio: Jim Axelrod) The curfew in Ferguson, Missouri, after violence in the aftermath of the police shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown a week ago introduced.

(Ferguson: Vladimir Duthiers) The standoff between protesters and police in Ferguson featured; protest scenes and surveillance store video of a robbery shown. [Governor Jay NIXON - reads a statement about the curfew.] [State Highway Patrol Capt. Ron JOHNSON - says we will enforce the curfew, but we will communicate.] [Store owner Ibrahim RAMMAHA†- wants police help.] [Victim's cousin Ty PRUITT†- says we need to find out why the shooting happened.]

(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Live discussion held with retired Army Gen. Russel Honore† about the situation in Missouri. [HONORE - says they have to communicate the meaning of the curfew: need media engagement about the curfew; states we need police to ensure safety.]

Axelrod, Jim;
Duthiers, Vladimir

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