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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The firing & suspension of pro football player Ray Rice after new images of his mistreatment of his fiance surfaced introduced; TMZ images shown. [Baltimore Ravens coach John HARBAUGH%- answers questions about the video.]
(No location given: Rachel Nichols) The reaction to the TMZ video showing Rice punching his then-fiance that led to his him being cut by the Ravens & suspended by the NFL reviewed; details given about the debate over the NFL domestic violence policy, the NFL statement quoted. [In July, RICE - apologizes.] [Former player Steve YOUNG - comments on NFL policy.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Nichols, CNN's Jeffrey Toobin & Sunny Hostin & former player Coy Wire@ about the Rice story. [NICHOLS - suggests the NFL did not look for the full elevator video; comments on NFL domestic abuse problems.] [WIRE - says an example needs to be made of Ray Rice; calls for a strong stand from the NFL on domestic abuse.] [TOOBIN, HOSTIN - react to the attitude of the coach & the prosecutor to the Rice case.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Nichols, Rachel
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