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Baltimore, Maryland / Police Fatal Mistake / A Discussion #1083210

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, May 06, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Baltimore: Evan Perez) New questions about the handling of the death of Freddie Gray in the custody of Baltimore police by state's attorney Marilyn Mosby, who charged six police officers in the death, why information is being leaked, the questions about Gray's knife as viewed by the police & the state investigations, discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former deputy state's attorney Page Croyder, CNN's Sunny Hostin & Baltimore criminal defense attorney Dwight Pettit about elements of the Gray case. [HOSTIN, PETTIT, CROYDER - offer viewe on the legality of knives in Maryland & Baltimore & its significance for the criminal charges brought against police officers, the issue of the background of Mosby's investigator, on Mosby's rush to get charges out to control the street crowd.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Perez, Evan

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