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Baltimore, Maryland / Police Fatal Mistake / The Van / A Discussion #1083024

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 01, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Tucker, Georgia: Gary Tuchman) A look inside the van like that in which Freddie Gray suffered fatal injuries in Baltimore after his arrest presented; scenes shown of the partitioned van. [DeKalb County police officer Lt. Antoine SNEAD@- talks about police procedures.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) New demonstrations shown. Live discussion held with John Jay College of Criminal Justice professor Lawrence Kobilinsky, neurologist Dr. Steven Newman & neurosurgeon Dr. Ali Bydon about Gray's injuries; inset video from Baltimore shown. [KOBILINSKY, NEWMAN, BYDON - speculate about the injuries, including a spinal cord injury & respiratory problems.]

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