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New York, New York / Shooting of Police #1076286

ABC Evening News for Monday, Dec 22, 2014
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(Studio: David Muir) New video from the deadly ambush in New York City in which two New York City police officers {Rafael Ramos & Wenjian Lui@}, were shot to death by a man, Ishmael Brinsley%, introduced; scenes shown from the Brooklyn neighborhood.

(New York: Linsey Davis) The new images from after the shooting of the two officers by Brinsley, who killed himself in the subway station, presented; details given about the shooting in Baltimore, his social media message, the timetable for the shooting, the background of the two cops with son Jorge Ramos quoted. [Today, New York City Mayor Bill de BLASIO - speaks about the attack.]

(Studio: David Muir; Washington: Pierre Thomas) Police alerts in several cities about police being targeted discussed; statistics of the shooting of police cited.

Muir, David;
Davis, Linsey;
Thomas, Pierre

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