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Chicago, Illinois / Police Shooting / Attorney Interview / A Discussion #1092338

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 25, 2015
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(Studio: John Berman) The confrontations in Chicago between police & protesters following the release of the dash camera video of the shooting last year of teen Laquan McDonald by police officer Jason Van Dyke introduced; demonstrations shown with President Obama quoted on Facebook; video shown.

(Chicago: Rosa Flores) The October 20, 2014, shooting reviewed; video of the shooting with a timeline shown. [Cook County state's attorney Anita ALVAREZ%- comments on the incident: the officer went overboard & shot.] [FOP spokesman Pat CAMDEN@- comments.] The current protests in the street shown & discussed.

(Studio: John Berman) Live interview held with Van Dyke's attorney Dan Herbert about the incident. [HERBERT - indicates the video does not show the actions by McDonald with his knife; defends the client's actions against McDonald.]

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with University of Missouri professor David Klinger & CNN's Sunny Hostin & Jeffrey Toobin about the shooting. [TOOBIN - says he can see no threat here; notes the terrible relations in Chicago between police & blacks.] [HOSTIN - offers views on the police shooting.] [From St. Louis, KLINGER - offers views on why the investigation took over a year & the reasonableness of the shooting.]

Reporter(s):
Berman, John;
Flores, Rosa
Duration:
00:17:50

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