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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 10, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The NFL view of the videotape of pro football player Ray Rice abusing his then-fiance in an elevator in Atlantic City introduced; video shown. [On CBS last night, NFL commissioner Roger GOODELL - says no one in the NFL saw this second videotape.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Los Angeles: Miguel Marquez) Reports that the video was sent to the NFL in April, how the original police report that says Rice knocked her out discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin, Rachel Nichols & ESPN analyst Louis Riddick about Rice, the NFL & the videotape. [NICHOLS - questions what Goodell has said about the casino videotapes.] [Voice of RIDDICK - offers views on NFL incompetency re: the videotape.] [TOOBIN - suggests an independent investigation is necessary.] Other materials: [NFL player Drew BREES - comments on accountability.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Marquez, Miguel

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