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Baltimore, Maryland / Police Fatal Mistake #1082784

CNN Evening News for Monday, Apr 27, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The scene in Baltimore after the governor declared a state of emergency after open warfare between police & protesters following the funeral for Freddie Gray, who died in police custody, presented; scenes shown of the police presence

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Baltimore: Miguel Marquez) The looting of stores in Baltimore tonight featured & the incident in which people cut into a fire hose being used by firefighters against a store fire discussed; scenes shown from Pennsylvania Ave., where stores are being robbed [PROTESTER - says he wants justice, but we are doing it wrong.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Baltimore: Brian Todd) The looting at a mall in northwestern Baltimore discussed; scenes shown from the street at night; details given about the communications among looters hitting stores.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said in her press conference about the deploying of resources noted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Baltimore: Joe Johns) The situation in the streets of Baltimore with police in riot gear & an extraction team that will arrest the unruly people, the police tactics being used discussed; scenes shown from the streets at night as well as earlier unrest.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Baltimore: Miguel Marquez) The tense situation in the streets, what tactics police are using discussed; scenes shown of police security.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Baltimore: Joe Johns) The young protesters engaging in taunting the police discussed; scenes shown from the streets. [Resident Robert VALENTINE - explains just coming out to stand against the unrest.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Marquez, Miguel;
Todd, Brian;
Johns, Joe

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