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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 28, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Ferguson: Ted Rowlands) The nine second audiotape recording from Ferguson, Missouri, made at the time of the shooting of Michael Brown by police officer Darren Wilson examined; audio played. [Forensic audio expert Paul GINSBERG - comments on the tape.] [Earlier, witnesses Piaget CRENSHAW, Dorian JOHNSON - recount what happened.] [Attorney Lopa BLUMENTHAL†- recounts what the audiotape heard.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Don Lemon) The audiotape replayed. The company's verification of the timing of the audiotape, the background of the man who did the recording, how CNN got connected with the client and lawyer discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Mark O'Mara and Areva Martin and audio forensic expert Frank Piazza about the audiotape. [O'MARA - says the tape will be authenticated, will be used in court and what it could mean for either side.] [MARTIN - analyzes the three-second pause.] [PIAZZA - reviews what is heard on the audiotape.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Rowlands, Ted;
Don, Anderson Cooper,

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