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Missouri / Police Shooting / Ferguson / The Aftermath / The Stepfather / A Discussion #1075397

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 02, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The fallout about the aftermath of the grand jury decision in the police shooting in Ferguson, Missouri, of teenager Michael Brown introduced. [After the announcement, Brown's mother Lesley McSPADDEN - speaks out.] [Then, her husband Louis HEAD - says "burn this bitch down."] [With Laura Ingraham, Lt. Gov. Peter KINDER@- says Head should be arrested for inciting a riot.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Ferguson: Jason Carroll) The tense situation in Ferguson when Brown's stepfather, Louis Head, spoke out & the reaction to his emotional speech discussed; scenes shown from the streets that night.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Sunny Hostin, former New York police officer Dan Bongino@ & CNN's Danny Cevallos about whether Head should be charged. [BONGINO, HOSTIN, CEvALLOS - offer views on whether the stepfather should be charged by state law with inciting a riot.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Carroll, Jason

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