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Protests / Police Killings / Lynch Interview (Part II) / Hudson Interview #1075742

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 09, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The ongoing protests against the police shooting shown. [In press conference, Mayor Bill de BLASIO - talks about training his son about the danger with police.] The second part of the CNN exclusive interview with Policemen's Benevolent Assn. president Pat Lynch presented. LYNCH - denies any police racism: we look at behavior, not race; states police went to Staten Island {Eric Garner case} at the community's request; defends NYC police officers.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with The Ethics Project chairman Redditt Hudson about racism in the NYPD & the Lynch interview. [HUDSON - cites the lived reality of black/brown people: there is a different approach in police dealing with black people on the street; states the problem is police investigating police.]

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Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:10:10

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