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Dallas, Texas / Ambush of Police #1100874

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 10, 2016
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(Studio: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(Dallas: Gabe Gutierrez) The new details in the background of Micah Johnson, the shooter who killed police officers in Dallas, examined; details given about his blood message during the police standoff, what was found in his house; photos shown. [On CNN, Dallas Police Chief David BROWN - talks about the suspect's planning & materials.] [Dallas Judge Clay JENKINS†- talks about the shooter.] [Self-defense instructor Justin EVERMAN - talks about Johnson.] [The Potter's House Church Bishop T.D. JAKES†- preaches for healing.]

(Studio: Kate Snow) President Obama's plans to speak in Dallas on Tuesday at a memorial service noted.

(Madrid: Ron Allen) Obama's message & his support of Black Lives Matter & police presented. [OBAMA - talks about the longstanding tradition, the protesters; calls using firearms against police reprehensive.] [On NBC, NYPD Commissioner Bill BRATTON†- speaks about Black Lives Matter & their focus on police.]

(Studio: Kate Snow) The reaction of Donald Trump to Obama's view of racial division quoted.

(Dallas: Jacob Rascon) The Southwest police division of Dallas that lost three officers {Lorne Ahrens, Michael Krol & Patrick Zimarripa} with three wounded in the ambush shooting visited; scenes shown from the site, including a church service. [Officer Thomas CASTRO†, WOMAN, female OFFICER - talk about the officers.]

Reporter(s):
Snow, Kate;
Gutierrez, Gabe;
Allen, Ron;
Rascon, Jacob
Duration:
00:06:50

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