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Charleston, South Carolina / Church Shooting / Johnson Interview #1085335

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jun 18, 2015
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(Charleston, South Carolina: Anderson Cooper) The shooting by Dylann Roof@ at a church in Charleston, South Carolina, & his capture later in North Carolina featured; scenes from outside Emanuel AME Church & photos shown; 911 calls played. [Charleston police Chief Gregory MULLEN@, Governor Nikki HALEY@, President OBAMA, Shelby police Chief Jeffrey LEDFORD@, FBI agent John STRONG@- comment on the crime, tragedy & arrest.]

(Charleston, South Carolina: Anderson Cooper, Martin Savidge) The investigation into the background of the shooter discussed.

(Charleston, South Carolina: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Sylvia Johnson, a cousin of murdered pastor Clementa Pinckney. [JOHNSON - talks about the community response to the shooting; describes the shootings; talks about the pastor, wanting justice to be done.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Martin, Anderson Cooper,
Duration:
00:13:40

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