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Cleveland, Ohio / Police Shooting #1084034

NBC Evening News for Saturday, May 23, 2015
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(Studio: Peter Alexander) Report introduced.

(Cleveland: Kevin Tibbles) The reaction in Cleveland to the not guilty verdict for a police officer, Michael Brelo@, who shot two fleeing suspects, Timothy Russell & Melissa Williams, in a car in 2012 featured; scenes shown of Judge John O'Donnell reading the verdict, the bullet-ridden car windshield & of protests today. [Brelo attorney Patrick D'ANGELO - defends the citizen.] [Brother Alfredo WILLIAMS@- reacts.] Other police shootings in Ferguson, Baltimore & Cleveland noted. [John Jay College of Criminal Justice Jon SHANE@- analyzes a judge's trial.] 5:3410Washington, DC / Mansion Murder Mystery

(Studio: Peter Alexander) Report introduced.

(Washington: Kelly O'Donnell) New leads in the murder mystery in Washington, DC, where a family & their housekeeper were murdered & the house set on fire examined; details given of the view suspect Daron Wint had help, the ransom money. [DC acting US attorney Vincent COHEN@- speaks about the case.] [NBC law analyst Jim CAVANAUGH@- talks about the fingerprint & money leads.]

Reporter(s):
Alexander, Peter;
Tibbles, Kevin;
O'Donnell, Kelly
Duration:
00:05:00

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