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Charleston, South Carolina / Church Shooting / The Flag . Sanford Interview #1085572

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 24, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Charleston: Martin Savidge) The memorials for Charleston church pastor Clementa Pinckney, the resumption of Bible study in the church where the massacre took place last week, the police presence at the church discussed; scenes shown of the horse-drawn casket in Columbia.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The fight over the Confederate flag in several southern states introduced.

(Columbia, South Carolina: Drew Griffin) In interview last night... [State representative William CHUMLEY@- offers views on the shooting in the church: it could have been stopped; states the flag should stay there.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with North Carolina Representative Mark Sanford about the flag. [SANFORD - clarifies his position on the debate over the flag; states the hand of South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley was forced; comments on the two views of the flag: heritage vs. slavery.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Savidge, Martin;
Griffin, Drew

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