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Police Killings / Protests / Parents' Interview (Part I) #1075909

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 12, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Washington: Anderson Cooper) The CNN exclusive interview with the mothers of four African Americans {Trayvon Martin, Tamir Rice, Eric Garner & Michael Brown} killed by police previewed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) video shown of Cleveland boy Tamir Rice, who was shot by police.

(New York: Deborah Feyerick) The protests against police killings reviewed; scenes shown of the demonstrations in several cities; details given {with video} about the shooting in 2012 of black teen Trayvon Martin by George Zimmerman, the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, by Officer Darren Wilson, who was not indicted by the grand jury, the shooting in Cleveland of Tamir Rice & the New York City police killing of Eric Garner via a chokehold in which the police officer was not indicted.

(Washington: Anderson Cooper) The CNN exclusive interview with the mothers of four African Americans killed by police presented; video shown. [Samaria RICE@- recounts being told her son was shot by Cleveland police, why she released the video.] [Eric's mother Gwen GARNER@, Trayvon's mother Sybrina FULTON, Brown's mother Lesley McSPADDEN - comment on the boys/man losing their lives.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Feyerick, Deborah

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