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North Carolina / Police Shooting / Protests #1103069

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 21, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Charlotte: Boris Sanchez) The protests in North Carolina following the fatal shooting of a black man, Keith Scott, by African-American police officer Brentley Vinson†† discussed; scenes shown from Charlotte of the street protests.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Charlotte: Ed Lavandera) The aftermath of the shooting featured; scenes shown of Scott's daughter's video; details given about Vinson's background. [Charlotte-Mecklenburg police dept. Chief Kerr PUTNEY†- says the story is different.] [Civil rights activist John BARNETT†- calls for transparency.] The issue of police dashcam video discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Sanchez, Boris;
Lavandera, Ed

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