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Missouri / Shooing of Police / Ferguson / A Discussion #1080133

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 12, 2015
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[Witness Bradley RAYFORD - describes what happened in the shooting.]

(Ferguson: Anderson Cooper) The attempted murder in Ferguson, Missouri, of two police officers & the manhunt for the shooters reviewed.

(Ferguson: Anderson Cooper, Jake Tapper) The tense mood in Ferguson discussed. Live discussion held with CNN's Sunny Hostin, Peace of Mind Church of Happiness pastor Robert White & St. Louis County Police Assn. Officer Gabe Crocker about the shooting of police. [From St. Louis, CROCKER - calls this a traumatic event for these officers who were shot.] [In Ferguson, WHITE - says the protests will go on to get justice.] [HOSTIN - defends the Justice Department report that is guidance for wholesale reform.]

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