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In Depth (National Convention Cities) #635356

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jul 14, 2000
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Philadelphia: Jim Avila) Controversy concerning the upcoming Republican National Convention in Philadelphia after the police beating of carjacking suspect Thomas Jones reported. [Philadelphia 2000 David COHEN - says the beating will not be a message of the Republican convention.] [PROTESTOR - says police are taking pictures of suspected protestors.] [Philadelphia police commissioner John TIMONEY - says he is confident that the chase and beating was an aberration.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Fred Francis) Concerns about the protests at the upcoming Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles examined. [Los Angeles police department David KALISH - says the police will act decisively when needed.] [D2KLA Margaret PRESCOTT - says protesting is a right.] [Attorney Milton GRIMES - says the police have used excessive force.]

Avila, Jim;
Francis, Fred;
Williams, Brian

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