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Baltimore, Maryland / Police Fatal Mistake / A Discussion #1082841

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 29, 2015
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(Baltimore: Anderson Cooper) The situation in Baltimore two hours before the curfew reviewed; scenes shown of the protest march in response to the dead of Freddie Gray in police custody.

(Baltimore: Anderson Cooper, Brian Todd) The protest at Penn Station in Baltimore discussed; scenes shown.

(Baltimore: Anderson Cooper; New York: Alexandra Field) The solidarity protest in New York City discussed; scenes shown from Union Square where police made some arrests.

(Baltimore: Anderson Cooper) Protests in Washington, DC, shown. Live discussion held with CNN's Sunny Hostin, retired NYPD detective Harry Houck & retired Gen. Rossel Honore about Baltimore. [HOSTIN, HOUCK, HONORE - talk about the role of social media in driving the protests, the nature of the protest organization.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Brian, Anderson Cooper,;
Field, Alexandra
Duration:
00:14:20

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