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Washington / Police Shooting #961479

NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 30, 2009
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Lakewood, Washington: George Lewis) The manhunt for Maurice Clemmons, the suspect in the murder of 4 police officers in Lakewood, Washington, featured; scenes shown of the police tribute, the makeshift memorial at the crime scene; photos shown of the victims {Mark Renninger††, Greg Richards, Ronald Owens and Tina Griswold††} and of Clemmons; details given about Clemmons’ criminal record and ties to Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, who granted Clemmons clemency in 2000. [Lakewood police Chief Bret FARRAR†- speaks of the fallen officers.] [Griswold’s sister Tiffany ROBERTS†- speaks against Clemmons.] [On the radio, HUCKABEE - comments on failures in the criminal justice system.] [Pulaski County, Arkansas prosecutor Larry JEGLEY†- says the clemency power was overused by Huckabee.] [WOMAN – reacts.]

Williams, Brian;
Lewis, George

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