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Missouri / Police Shooting / Ferguson / A Discussion (Part I) #1079778

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 03, 2015
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer, Evan Perez) A Justice Department report finding of racial bias in the Ferguson, Missouri, police department in the wake of the Michael Brown police shooting by Darren Wilson examined & what happened legally next with no charges being brought against Wilson discussed; report statistics & examples of racial bias cited.

(New York: Randi Kaye) The reaction of the people of Ferguson to the Brown shooting & beyond in the racial divide examined; scenes shown of the street protests. [St. Louis alderman Antonio FRENCH - cites the broken trust.] [Police Chief Thoms JACKSON@- denies targeting people by race.] [Missouri State Highway Patrol Capt. Ron JOHNSON - speaks.]

(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion held with Brown family attorney Benjamin Crump about the report on Ferguson. [CRUMP - says the report shows the protesters were correct: we want solutions & accountability for police when they "kill us"; that bad police kill our children.]

Reporter(s):
Evan, Wolf Blitzer,;
Kaye, Randi;
Blitzer, Wolf
Duration:
00:11:40

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