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Ice-T / Cop Killer #587108

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jun 18, 1992
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(Studio: Stone Phillips) Report introduced.

(Dallas: Jim Cummins) Continuing police feud with rapper Ice-T's "Cop Killer" song featured. [ICE-T - talks about police; defends the song.] Excerpt of "Cop Killer" played (transcription on screen). [New York police department officer Kenneth CORR - comments on the song.] [Governor Guy HUNT - says enough is enough.] Atlanta Camelot Music store's removal of Ice-T's album from the shelf, New York police urging of the boycott of "Batman Returns" because it is a Time Warner production reported; film clip shown. [Atlanta Mayor Maynard JACKSON, national organization of black police officials' HEAD - comment on the song.] Effect of Texas police urging a boycott of Ice-T and Time Warner noted.

Cummins, Jim;
Phillips, Stone

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