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South Carolina / Police Shooting / Santana Interview / A Discussion(Part II) #1081675

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Apr 09, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The earlier interview continued with Feiden Santana, who took the video of South Carolina police officer Michael Slager%, who shot fleeing suspect Walter Scott after the traffic stop; inset video shown. [SANTANA - says the police did not perform CPR on the victim; recounts talking to the police there & leaving.] [Attorney Todd RUTHERFORD - says police got the video.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos, retired NYPD Harry Houck & "New York Times" columnist about the video of the shooting. [GERAGOS - says the police are covering up the shooting with the "usual scripts" about what happened.] [BLOW - explains the need for a change in the "culture" in which those prone to violence become police officers & we need to hear from "good cops".] [HOUCK - argues about police officers "snitching" on other cops.]

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