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Police Shootings / Louisiana, Minnesota / Protests / Video #1100783

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jul 07, 2016
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(Studio: John Berman) The police shootings of Philandro Castile in Minnesota & Alton Sterling in Louisiana introduced. [President OBAMA - says being concerned about this issues is not political correctness.] Protest marches shown.

(New York: Sarah Ganim) Protest marches in New York City & Chicago against the police-involved shootings featured; scenes shown from the city streets.

(Studio: John Berman) Report introduced.

(St. Paul: Ryan Young) The deadly police shooting of Philandro Castile†† in Minnesota featured; Facebook cell phone video of the shooting & a woman & her daughter & the Falcon Heights area shown. [Live streaming, Castile's girlfriend Diamond REYNOLDS - describes what is happening inside her car: a shooting for no apparent reason.] [Governor Mary DAYTON - says this would not happen if they were white.] [On CNN, Uncle Clarence CATSILE†-, mother Valerie CASTILE†; REYNOLDS - react to the "execution."] The protests in St. Paul & New York City shown.

(Studio: John Berman) The protest march in New York City shown. Live discussion held with "New York Times" columnist Charles Blow, St, Louis Police Officers Assn. Jeff Roorda, former president National of Law Enforcement Executives Cedric Alexander & CNN legal analyst Laura Coates about the police shootings of people of color. [BLOW, ROORDA, ALEXANDER, COATES - offer views on this "American anger" in which all of the victims look alike, the rush to judgment, how there is more crime in neighborhoods of color, how the Baton Rouge shooting looks bad, community relations.] {Note: broadcast interrupted by CNN NYC HD Test from 7:20:10 to 7:20:34.}

Berman, John;
Ganim, Sarah;
Young, Ryan

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