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New Orleans, Louisiana / Police and Archie Case #332729

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 15, 1990
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.

(New Orleans: Gary Reaves) Controversial police case in New Orleans, Louisiana, featured; scenes shown from March 23 incident in which police officer Earl Hawk was gunned down by suspect Adolph Archie, who died the next day under questionable circumstances. [Archie family attorney Mary HOWELL - says police beat Archie to death.] [Coroner Dr. Frank MINYARD - says police were justified.] Allegations of police torture reviewed. [Archie's widow Carolyn HALL - says police stomped on him.] [Black MAN - criticizes police.] [Police superintendent Warren WOODFORK - says Archie was a career criminal.]

Reaves, Gary;
Schieffer, Bob

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