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Baltimore, Maryland / Police Fatal Arrest / A Discussion #1082304

CNN Evening News for Monday, Apr 20, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The video from Baltimore of Freddie Gray, who later died, being put into a police car & protests shown.

(Baltimore: Joe Johns) The mystery of how Gray died under police custody examined; video from the street & demonstrations shown; details given about the charges & his criminal record. [Baltimore deputy commissioner Jerry RODRIGUEZ@- speaks about Gray in the van.] [Mayor Stephanie RAWLINS-BLAKE%- comments on the timeline.] [Gray family attorney William MURPHY@- says he died of a severed spinal cord.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Baltimore: Miguel Marquez) The mood in Baltimore after Gray's death examined; scenes shown of the protesters with police commander Melvin Russell. [WITNESS - describes what happened in the arrest.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Sunny Hostin & criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos, John Jay College of Criminal justice professor Lawrence Kobilinsky & former NYC police detective Harry Houck about the Baltimore police case. [GERAGOS, HOSTIN, HOUCK, KOBILINSKY - offer views on the police actions in this case of rousting young men, the vertebrae injuries, the police explanations of why Gray was arrested, plans for an independent investigation.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Johns, Joe;
Marquez, Miguel

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