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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.
(St. Louis: Kenneth Moton) The plans in St. Louis for more protests in response to the acquittal of a police officer, Jason Stockley, in the 2011 shooting of a black man, Anthony Smith, featured; scenes shown of the violent protest the last three nights. [Metropolitan police dept. acting cmsnr. Lawrence O'TOOLE- promises to protect the city.] [Demonstrator Fred SCOTT- comments on protesting.] [In "St. Louis Post-Dispatch" video, STOCKLEY - says there was no plan to murder Smith.] [Business owner Joe EDWARDS- talks about the marches & damages.] The police show of force tonight discussed.
- Muir, David;
- Moton, Kenneth
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