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Dallas, Texas / Ambush of Police / Obama Speech / Ahrens #1100943

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 12, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The visit by President Obama & former President Bush to Dallas for memorials to the five police officers killed last week featured; scenes shown from the ceremonies. [OBAMA - praises the Dallas police for brave action that saved lives.]

(Dallas: Suzanne Malveaux) Obama's Dallas speech continued; photos shown of the fallen five officers. [OBAMA - quotes the Bible about love; praises the Dallas police; states race relations have improved in his lifetime, but bias remains.] [BUSH - says we have had five deaths in the family.] Obama's meeting tomorrow about social justice & policing discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Slain Dallas police officer Lorne Ahrens remembered. [Earlier, wife Katrina AHRENS†- talks about her husband, Lorne, who had so much energy & was not scared of anything.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Malveaux, Suzanne

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