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Missouri / Police Shooting / The Bullets #1070511

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 21, 2014
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(Ferguson: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(New York: Susan Candiotti) The shooting in Ferguson, Missouri, of Michael Boron by police officer Darren Wilson reviewed; details given about the issue of the number of bullets shot. [John Jay College of Law professor Lawrence KOBILINSKY - cites the importance of physical evidence, where the bullets are.] [Witness Piaget CRENSHAW†- comments on a bullet.] [Retired NYPD ballistics expert Sal BERTOCCI†- speculates about the bullets.] [Witness Michael BRADY - describes what happened in the shooting.] [On radio, Wilson friend "JOSIE" - describes what happened in the shooting.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Candiotti, Susan

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