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(Ferguson: Anderson Cooper) The attempted murder in Ferguson, Missouri, of two police officers & the manhunt for the shooters reviewed; video shown with gunfire audio.
(Ferguson: Jason Carroll) The shooting of two officers in an ambush reviewed; scenes shown from the Ferguson police station where the shooting took place. [St. Louis County police Chief Jon BELMAR@- describes what happened in the injuries.] [Protester Aisha TURNER - says she had a gun in the attic.] The three suspects who were questioned discussed. [CNN producer Shimon PROKUPECZ@- comments on the investigation leading to the names of two suspects.]
(Ferguson: Anderson Cooper) What Attorney General Eric Holder said about the ambush. [HOLDER - says this was an ambush by some punk.]
(Ferguson: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with two witnesses about the shooting. [Protesters Johnetta ELZIE@, DeRay McKESSON@- describe what happened during the shooting that came from a hill.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Carroll, Jason
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