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Chicago, Illinois / Police Shooting / A Discussion (Part II) #1092429

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 24, 2015
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(Studio: John Berman) The release in Chicago of the video of the police shooting by Jason Van Dyke of Laquan McDonald on October 20, 2014, introduced; current protests & video of the shooting by Jason Van Dyke shown.

(Studio: John Berman; Chicago: Rosa Flores) Why it took a year to investigate the shooting & release the video discussed; scenes shown of the live protests in Chicago.

(Studio: John Berman; Chicago: Ryan Young) The status of the protests in Chicago discussed; scenes shown from the city streets.

(Studio: John Berman; Chicago: Rosa Flores) Why it took a year to investigate the shooting & release the video discussed; scenes shown of the live protests in Chicago. [By phone, "New York Times" columnist Charles BLOW - outlines the larger sociological issue of the public allowing police to carry out this treatment of people.] Live discussion continued with CNN's retired NYPD detective Harry Houck & Sunny Hostin about the Chicago murder case. [HOSTIN - comments on the divide in the country about this "human issue"; questions the timing of the charges.] [HOUCK - responds to Blow's commentary about police actions.]

Reporter(s):
Berman, John;
Flores, Rosa;
Young, Ryan
Duration:
00:14:00

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