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Texas / Bland Death (Part I) #1086961

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 22, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The new developments in the case of the mysterious death of Sandra Bland inside a Texas jail cell introduced. [In interview, Donald TRUMP - comments on how the police officer who stopped Bland was "overaggressive" & whether it happens more for African Americans.]

(Prairie View, Texas: Ryan Young) The documents indicating Bland previously tried to commit suicide in 2014 reviewed; scenes shown from her Facebook post about depression & from the dashcam stop by Trooper Brian Encinia. [Waller County Sheriff R. Glenn SMITH@- says he wants an outside investigation.] [Bland attorney Cannon LAMBERT@- says she was not suffering from depression.] [Sister Sharon COOPER - comments on how the officer was picking on her.] The questions about the dashcam video discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Young, Ryan

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