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Baltimore, Maryland / Police Fatal Mistake / Protests / Interview #1082847

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 29, 2015
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(Baltimore: Anderson Cooper) The peaceful protests in Baltimore, New York City & Washington, DC, noted. Earlier interview held with a person close to one of the officers in the arrest of Freddie Gray. [Anonymous PERSON - recounts what happened in the Gray arrest, how a lot of people are not seat belted in the police wagon, how the police feels the city {mayor & commissioner} have let them down.]

(Baltimore: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Sunny Hostin & Jeffrey Toobin about the Gray arrest. [HOSTIN, TOOBIN - react to the interview about the Gray arrest & Gray's condition before & after going into the police van; comment on the medical examiner's report.]

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