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Florida / Police Shooting #1107718

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jul 23, 2016
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(Washington: Suzanne Malveaux) Report introduced.

(Miami: Boris Sanchez) The shooting in Florida of unarmed African American Charles Kinsey by North Miami police officer Jonathan Aledda†† updated; scenes shown of Kinsey on his back with his hands up; details given about charges that commander Emile Hollant†† provided false information about the shooting. [Miami city commissioner Scott GALVIN†, elected city clerk Michael ETIENNE†- speak against betraying trust.] [Dade County PBA president John RIVERA†- notes a call went out that there was a man with a gun.] [MAC Town Center president Clinton BOWER†- defends Kinsey’s actions.]

Malveaux, Suzanne;
Sanchez, Boris

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