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Missouri / Police Shooting / Ferguson / A Discussion #1079865

CNN Evening News for Friday, Mar 06, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) More fallout from the Justice Department report finding racism in the police department of Ferguson, Missouri, in the wake of the police shooting of Michael Brown introduced; scenes shown of "hands up; don't shoot" street protests.

(Ferguson: Sara Sidner) The Justice Department report on the shooting of Brown by police officer Darren Wilson examined. [Earlier, witness Dorian JOHNSON - describes what happened in the shooting.] [Attorney General Eric HOLDER - comments on the shooting report.] [Black protester "TETPOE" - questions police tactics against blacks.] [Brown family attorney Darryl PARKS - comments.] [St. Louis Police Officers Assn. Jeff ROORDA@- comments on what did/did not happen on August 9.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A statement from President Obama about Ferguson & the DOJ report on police noted. Live discussion held with CNN's Van Jones & Roorda about the shooting of Michael Brown. [JONES - talks about whether Brown had his hands up, but it became a rallying cry for African-Americans.] [From St. Louis, ROORDA - calls the report allegations "flimsy;" cites the disciplining of three people who sent racist e-mails.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Sidner, Sara

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