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Police & Race / Deadly Force / Virginia Case #1083232

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, May 05, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Findings of a "New York Times" poll on police & the use of deadly force against black people cited.

(Virginia: Randi Kaye) The Virginia case two years ago in which policeman Adam Torres killed a white man, John Geer, in his own home during a domestic dispute examined; scenes shown from the Geer house; 911 call & audio of the two police officers, Barnes & Torres, played. [Geer friend Jeff STEWART - describes what happened in the shooting.] [Geer family attorney Mike LIEBERMAN@- criticizes Torres & the police for stonewalling.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Randi Kaye) The settling of the civil suit, the long battle for the family over information about the case, the five investigations in Torres cases discussed.

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