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NBC Evening News for Friday, Sep 02, 2016
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There is new public outrage today after a former Stanford University swimmer convicted of sexual assault was freed from jail. Brock Turner was freed after only serving three months of a six month sentence that drew wide criticism when the judge first imposed it. We get the very latest this evening from Gadi Schwartz. With a hard push of the jailhouse door, former Stanford swimmer Grant Turner was met by a crush of cameras. He spent only 90 days in jail for sexual assault. NBC News was given excl...
Reporter(s):
Gadi Schwartz
Duration:
00:02:01

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