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Texas / Shooting of Police / Chief's Interview #1104566

CNN Evening News for Monday, Nov 21, 2016
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(Studio: John Berman) Four separate shootings of police officers in three states introduced.

(San Antonio: Dan Simon) An arrest in the fatal shooting of a police officer, Benjamin Marconi††, in Texas & three other shootings of police in Missouri & Florida discussed; surveillance video of the suspect in San Antonio shown. [Police spokesman Chief William McMANUS - comments on the arrest of Otis McCain.]

(Studio: John Berman) Live discussion held with Chief McManus about the shooting in San Antonio. [McMANUS - says videotape information & investigation led to McCain's arrest without incident, that the "uniform" was the target.]

Berman, John;
Simon, Dan

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