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Texas / Sandra Bland / Ron Hosko / Brian Encinia #1159542

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 22, 2015
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Good evening Scott is off tonight. I'm Charlie Rose. We get a look today at a video of a controversial traffic stop in Texas that ended with the arrest of a black woman by a white police officer. The woman was later found hanging in her cell. And now we have learned jailers knew she was a suicide risk. We have two reports beginning with Omar Villafranca. When 28 year old Sandra Bland was placed into a cell 95 at the Waller County jail there is now evidence her guards knew she had attempted suici...
Reporter(s):
Charlie Rose;Omar Villafranca;Chip Reid
Duration:
00:04:37

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