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Baltimore, Maryland / Police Fatal Mistake / "Rough Rides" / Abbott Interview (Part II) #1082673

CNN Evening News for Friday, Apr 24, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The admission that Freddie Gray was not in a seat belt in the police van after his arrest in Baltimore noted; details given about the police practice of "rough rides" leading to financial settlements. Live discussion held with Christine Abbott, who is suing the city over her "rough ride" after she was arrested. [ABBOTT - describes what happened to her with the police handling her & put into a van & then driven fast.] [Abbott lawyer Steven NORMAN@- explains the problem of proving a case against the police without video.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The refusal from the police to comment on this case noted.

Cooper, Anderson

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