CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 24, 2014
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(Ferguson: Anderson Cooper) Live phone interview held with Brown family attorney Benjamin Crump about the coming grand jury announcement. [CRUMP - says we wait for the decision, that the family wanted a special prosecutor; comments on the federal investigation & civil options, the changed grand jury rules by the prosecutor.]
(Ferguson: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Mark O'Mara, Sunny Hostin & Jeffrey Toobin about the Ferguson grand jury. [HOSTIN - comments on the regular grand jury process & the extent of evidence presented in this case by the prosecutor.] [O'MARA - says we don't know how the prosecutor acted with the grand jury.] [TOOBIN - assesses how the prosecutor ran the grand jury; explains how grand juries work.] A "New York Times" report that Wilson has not been called about an indictment noted. [O'MARA, TOOBIN - comment on the significance of the NYT report.] [HOSTIN, TOOBIN - question delaying the announcement till dark; comment on how protests have been peaceful, so we should not expect violence.]
(Ferguson: Anderson Cooper; Ferguson: Sara Sidner) The situation at the police station, the weeks of protests, the media presence & the crowd awaiting the decision discussed; scenes shown of the people in the streets & the police presence.
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