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Charleston, South Carolina / Church Shooting #1085370

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jun 19, 2015
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(Charleston, South Carolina: Anderson Cooper) The aftermath of the church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina, introduced; scenes shown from the courtroom bond hearing where victims' family members spokes to the killer Dyann Roof. [Voice of Nadine COLLIER@- expresses forgiveness.] President Obama quoted.

(Charleston, South Carolina: Anderson Cooper, Martin Savidge) The reaction of family members to the suspect & the shooting discussed; victims' photos shown. [Tywanza Sanders@ mother Felicia SANDERS, Bethane BROWN - speak in court.]

(Charleston, South Carolina: Anderson Cooper) The vigil, the gathering at the AME church where there is a makeshift memorial with the singing of "Amazing Grace" shown. [In court, Judge James GOSNETT@- speaks about the community.] [CNN's Sunny HOSTIN - talks about the community response to tragedy: singing; 2003 statement from Judge Gosnell that led to a reprimand.]

(Charleston, South Carolina: Anderson Cooper) The victims profiled; many photos shown of Sharonda Coleman-Singleton@. [Earlier, friend Rita WHIDBEE@, daughter Cameron SINGLETON - talk about Sharonda & her influence.]

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