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Tulsa, Oklahoma / Police Shooting / Bates Interview / Live Discussion (Part I) #1082176

CNN Evening News for Friday, Apr 17, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The NBC interview held with Oklahoma volunteer deputy Robert Bates about his shooting of an unarmed man in Tulsa, Oklahoma; inset video shown. [BATES - recounts what happened when Eric Harris fled, where he kept his Taser & his gun, what he thought when he fired the gun.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos & Danny Cevallos & Missouri David Klinger & about the shooting incident & what Bates said; inset video shown. [KLINGER, GERAGOS - offer views on using the wrong weapon, whether this interview can be used against Bates, the issue of Bates' training records being falsified, the holster mechanisms for gun vs. Taser, whether reserve officers should be used like in this case.]

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