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Chicago, Illinois / Beating Case / A Discussion #1106060

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jan 05, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The hate crime charges against four young black adults for beating a young disabled white man introduced. [President OBAMA - talks about the visuals of racial tensions revealing long-term problems.]

(Chicago: Ana Cabrera) The investigation into the attack featured; live Facebook torture video & four suspects' photos shown. [Chicago police Cmdr. Kevin DUFFIN†, police Supt. Eddie JOHNSON†- comment on the racial case.] The issue of motive discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's attorneys Jeffrey Toobin & Laura Coates about the Chicago racial incident. [COATES, TOOBIN - offer views on this hate crime, which ia an enhancement to criminal charges, how this horrific case will likely be pled out.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Cabrera, Ana

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