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North Carolina / Police Shooting / Protests / A Discussion #1103113

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Sep 22, 2016
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Charlotte: Boris Sanchez) The reaction of the family of Keith Scott, who was shot by Charlotte, North Carolina, police officer Brentley Vinson††, to the police videos they were allowed to see reviewed; scenes shown from outside the Omnbi Hotel, where last night's violent unrest took place. the cleanup, the looting. [Charlotte-Mecklenburg police dept. Chief Kerr PUTNEY†- comments on last night & the arrests of those stealing.] [Mayor Jennifer ROBERTS - says the city is open.] [Scott family attorney Justin BAMBERG†- says the family does not agree with rioting.] What happened to Justin Carr, who was killed in the rioting by another protester, discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Georgetown University professor Michael Eric Dyson, criminologist David Klinger & criminology expert Darrin Porcher about the Charlotte shooting; inset video of protesters in Charlotte shown. [KLINGER, DYSON, PORCHER - offer views on the issue of the justification of the police shooting of a man with a gun in an "open carry" state, the issue of whether the video of the shooting should be released, policing & African-American suspects.] Live pictures from Charlotte shown.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Sanchez, Boris
Duration:
00:15:10

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