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New Jersey / Police Shootout #1143583

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 11, 2019
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(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.

(Jersey City, New Jersey: Adrienne Bankert) A police shootout in Jersey City, New Jersey, with a police officer Joseph Seals@ & three people killed in what was a targeted attack reviewed; scenes shown, including surveillance video, from outside a kosher market & of the police presence; details given about shooters Francine Graham & David Anderson, who were Black Israelites. [Jersey City public safety dir. James SHEA@- says it was a target.] Photos of victims shown. [United Jewish Organization president Rabbi David NIEDERMAN - laments the loss.] [WITNESS, two MEN - comment on what happened.] Anderson's criminal record & funerals plans discussed.

Muir, David;
Bankert, Adrienne

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