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Missouri / Police Shooting #1130832

NBC Evening News for Monday, Aug 11, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Dellwood, Missouri: John Yang) The unrest in Ferguson, Missouri over the police shooting of unarmed teen Michael Brown featured; scenes shown of the peaceful and unruly protests. [St. Louis County police Chief Jon BELMAR†- says it’s a miracle nobody got shot last night.] [Business owner John ZISSER††- reacts to the looting of his store.] [Witness Piaget CRENSHAW††- describes what she saw.] [Police Chief Thomas JACKSON – notes it’s a tragedy for the officer too.] [Parents Michael BROWN Sr., Lesley McSPADDEN††- says we don’t want no violence.]

Williams, Brian;
Yang, John

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