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Baltimore, Maryland / Police Fatal Mistake / A Discussion (Part II) #1082347

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 21, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Baltimore: Miguel Marquez) The protests today & tonight in Baltimore about the death of Freddie Gray in police custody reviewed; videos shown while the police timeline is given. [Took video, WITNESS - describes what happened to Gray.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Sunny Hostin, John Jay College of Criminal justice professor Lawrence Kobilinsky & former NYC police detective Harry Houck about the Baltimore police case; inset video of protests shown. [HOSTIN, KOBILINSKY, HOUCK - offer views on the police actions in this case in which Gray suffered a tragic, fatal injury of fractured vertebrae, the officers' "reasonable suspicion" for stopping Gray, police incident reports.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Marquez, Miguel

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