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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 26, 2014
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(Studio: John Berman) Parts of the ABC News interview held with police officer Darren Wilson about the shooting of teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, presented. [With George Stephanopoulos, WILSON - explains the aggression shown by Brown; states he only fired to the front of Brown & that he never put his hands up, that he knew Brown was dead, that he feels remorse for the shooting.]

(Studio: John Berman) The questions raised by the testimony released after the grand jury noted. Live discussion held with CNN's Mark O'Mara & Sunny Hostin & St. Louis Police Officers Assn. Jeff Roorda about the evidence. [O'MARA - comments on there not being pictures taken.] [ROORDA - admits there are limited resources in small police forces as in Ferguson.] [HOSTIN - comments on the conduct of the grand jury in this case; criticizes the processing of the crime scene.] [O'MARA, HOSTIN - bicker over whether there should have been a trial.]

Berman, John

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