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South Carolina / Police Shooting / Police Report / A Discussion (Part IV) #1081644

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 08, 2015
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(North Charleston: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(North Charleston: Gary Tuchman) The discrepancies between the police report on the shooting in North Charleston, South Carolina, of Walter Scott by Officer Michael Slager & the video evidence examined; video from the shooting site shown; several police officers about what happened after the shooting quoted. [At press conference, police Chief Eddie DRIGGERS@- comments on the video & whether they tried to save his life.] The issue of collusion among police officers about what happened discussed.

(North Charleston: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with University of South Carolina law professor Seth Stoughton & CNN's Sunny Hostin about this shooting incident. [STOUGHTON - says officers should render aid & should secure weapons; comments on the video.] [HOSTIN - lauds the city's fast action against the offending officer; says this appears to be an unjustified shooting.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary

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