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Washington / Police Shooting #961505

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 01, 2009
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Parkland, Washington: George Lewis) The end of the manhunt in Washington with the fatal shooting of Maurice Clemmons, who was wanted in the murders of 4 police officers, reviewed; scenes shown of makeshift memorials for the victims and of Douglas and Eddie Davis, who where charged with aiding Clemmons, and Ricky Hinton††, and of the procession carrying the bodies of the slain officers; police radio transmissions played; photos shown of Clemmons. [RESIDENT – reacts.] [Seattle police department assistant Chief Jim PUJOL†, acting Chief John DIAZ†- describe what happened when Clemmons was spotted in a stolen car.] [Victim Greg Richards’ sister-in-law Melanie BURWELL†- says no amount of justice is going to be enough.]

Williams, Brian;
Lewis, George

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