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Cleveland, Ohio / Police Shooting #1084189

ABC Evening News for Monday, May 25, 2015
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(Studio: Amy Robach) Report introduced.

(Cleveland: Alex Perez) The settlement between Cleveland & the Justice Department over the pattern of police brutality after a judge cleared police officer Michael Brelo in the shooting of two unarmed people, Timothy Russell & Melissa Russell, in their car in 2012 featured; details given about the shooting at the car. [Ohio Judge John O'DONNELL@- says the officer perceived a threat.] [Sister Michelle RUSSELL@- calls it a tragedy.] The police shooting six months ago of young Tamir Rice by a police officer noted. [Community LEADER - expresses concern.]

Robach, Amy;
Perez, Alex

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