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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The police shooting in North Carolina of Andrew Brown introduced; neighbor's distant video shown. What county Sheriff Tommy Wooten said about transparency quoted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Elizabeth City community leader Kirk Rivers about the shooting; scenes shown from the protest march. [RIVERS - offers views on the limited video shown to the family, on how authorities are dealing with the community & family, on the impact of the peaceful protests.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's legal analysts Eliot Williams & Andrew McCabe about the Brown shooting; inset video of protests shown. [McCABE - offers views on how the management is "unfathomable", on how the police are operating from a "deficit of trust" while there is video leading to the public wanting more video: times have changed.] [WILLIAMS - offers views on what is known about the police actions & the handling of the investigation, on the redaction issue.]
- Cooper, Anderson
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