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Missouri / Police Shooting / Grand Jury / A Discussion #1076146

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 15, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Ana Cabrera) The release of information about the grand jury hearings into the police shooting by Darren Wilson of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, examined.; details given about how witnesses admitted they lied with several witnesses' testimony quoted. [CNN's Danny CEVALLOS@- says eyewitness testimony is unreliable.] [CNN's Josh LEVS@- says there is not one joint narrative.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Sunny Hostin & Mark O'Mara about the Ferguson grand jury. [HOSTIN - questions how this case was handled by prosecutors; assesses the testimony of witness Dorian Johnson.] [O'MARA - defends the prosecutor's decision to put everything before the grand jury.] [HOSTIN, O'MARA - bicker over the prosecutor's approach.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Cabrera, Ana

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