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Tulsa, Oklahoma / Police Shooting / A Discussion #1081886

CNN Evening News for Monday, Apr 13, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) the April 2 shooting in Tulsa, Oklahoma, of an unarmed suspect, Eric Harris, by reserve deputy Robert Bates, who fired his gun instead of his Taser, introduced; scenes shown of the chase.

(Tulsa: Ed Lavandera) The chase after the fleeing Harris, who was shot & later died, reviewed; video shown; details given about Bates' background. [Harris's BROTHER, family attorney Sam SMOLEN@, Bates ATTORNEY - react to the shooting.] The role of Bates in the sting operation to arrest Harris discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former NYPD detective Dan Bongino, Bowling Green State University professor Phil Stinson & CNN's Sunny Hostin about "slip & capture" & "pay to play" law enforcement. [BONGINO, SIINSON, HOSTIN - talk about police training of unpaid reserve officers, who "play cop", the use of the Taser.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Lavendera, Ed

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