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Tulsa, Oklahoma / Police Shooting #1081959

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Apr 16, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The new developments in the police shooting in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in which volunteer deputy Robert Bates shot fleeing prisoner Eric Harris introduced.

(Tulsa: Ed Lavandera) The issue of the training Bates underwent before working the streets examined; details given from a newspaper report training records were falsified. [Tulsa County sheriff's dept. Sheriff Stanley GLANZ@- says we conoid find the training records.] Bates' written testimony about his training quoted. [Harris family attorney Dan SMOLEN@- doubts the training happened.] [Tulsa sheriff's dept. Maj. Shannon CLARK@- defends the department's own investigation.] The issue of the "training" discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Lavandera, Ed

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