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Cincinnati, Ohio / Police Beating / Luken Interview #742976

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 01, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Cincinnati: Brian Cabell) The police beating case in Cincinnati that followed with the death of Nathaniel Jones† featured; police videotape of the fight between Jones & two officers shown; details given about a pattern of police force being used against black suspects. [Police SPOKESMAN, NAACP Cincinnati chapter president Dr. Calvin SMITH†- comment on the incident.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Taped interview held with Cincinnati Mayor Charlie Luken†† about this case; video shown. [From Cincinnati, LUKEN - says the police responded as they are trained to do; describes what is shown on the videotape & how the city is dealing calmly with the incident.]

Cabell, Brian;
Brown, Aaron

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