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Missouri / Police Shooting / Grand Jury / A Discussion #1074602

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 12, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The grand jury investigation of the police shooting of teen Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, introduced. [Brown's mother Lesley McSPADEN@, father Michael BROWN - say we need action from the U.N.]

(New York: Jason Carroll) The police shooting evidence reviewed; details given about the two medical examiners' reports, differing eyewitness accounts. [John Jay College of Criminal Justice Lawrence KOBILINSKY - talks about the significance of gunshot residue.] [Witness Dorian JOHNSON@- describes what happened.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Mark O'Mara & Sunny Hostin about the evidence. [O'MARA - talks about the amount of the evidence being presented to the grand jury by the prosecution; denies the intent is to confuse the grand jury.] [In studio, HOSTIN - says the grand jury is deliberately being overwhelmed with evidence.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Carroll, Jason
Duration:
00:11:00

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