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Missouri / Police Shooting #1070366

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Aug 17, 2014
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(Studio: Dan Harris) The protests in Ferguson, Missouri, in the wake of the shooting of an unarmed man, Michael Brown, introduced; photo shown of the police officer, Darrell Wilson, who shot Brown.

(Ferguson: Alex Perez) The chaos in the streets of Ferguson with another night of clashes between protesters violating curfew and the police featured; scenes shown from a SET. Louis church, the police shooting tear gas, the store surveillance video. [In church, Missouri Highway Patrol Capt. Ronald JOHNSON†- speaks to the family.] [On "This Week," Governor Jay NIXON - opposes releasing the store videotape.]

(Studio: Dan Harris) Report introduced.

(Ferguson: Steve Osusnsami) The man who fired the shot profiled; photos and video shown; details given of plans for three autopsies and death threats to the police. [Ferguson police Chief Tom JACKSON†- characterizes Wilson: he is devastated.] [On the street, MAN - calls for accountability.] [In church, JOHNSON - talks about his black son.] The two groups of people demonstrating in the streets discussed.

Harris, Dan;
Perez, Alex;
Osusnsami, Steve

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