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South Carolina / Ken Lerud / Gordie Bush / Stanley Gibson #1157021

CBS Evening News for Friday, Jul 31, 2015
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That killing is one of many that we've seen recently in which a simple traffic stop escalated into violence. Some police departments are training officers to diffuse these situations. And Michelle Miller has been looking into that. Well get your hands up now. Veteran officers Ken Lerud and Gordie Bush are responding to a burglary. It's all part of a de-escalation drill designed to help cops figure out an alternative to deadly force. Why didn't you Taser. He's not trying to harm anybody he's just...
Reporter(s):
Michelle Miller
Duration:
00:02:36

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