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Missouri / Police Shooting / Ferguson / Grand Jury / A Discussion #1075071

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 25, 2014
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(Ferguson: Anderson Cooper) Images of protests in Atlanta, New York & Boston in response to events in ferguson, Missouri, after the grand jury verdict in the Michael Brown police shooting shown.

(No location given: Randi Kaye) The accounts from the grand jury hearings & how it stacks up against witness accounts of the shooting reviewed; photos & medical records shown about multiple accounts from witnesses. [Witnesses Dorian JOHNSON, Piaget CRENSHAW - describe what happened.]

(Ferguson: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin, Mark O'Mara & Sunny Hostin about Wilson, the grand jury, the accounts & the shooting. [TOOBIN - calls the grand jury decision "plausible" based on new witness accounts.] [O'MARA - says the forensics align with Wilson's account.] [HOSTIN - questions the evidence: it should have gone to trial; bickers with O'Mara.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi

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