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Battle on the Border / Arizona / Immigration Law / Arapaio Interview #971556

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 30, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The protests in Arizona against the new immigration law shown. {Note: parts of the following story was aired July 29.}

(Phoenix: Gary Tuchman) A look from the front lines of the immigration battle in Arizona presented; scenes shown of raids by Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arapaio's deputies. [In interview, Joe ARAPAIO†- criticizes the protesters; states he serves the people who live here; outlines his role in fighting crime, arresting violators of the law & finding illegals.] [SUSPECT - says he was pulled over due to racism.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) July 28 interview introduced.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Interview held with Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arapaio about the court ruling state law. [ARAPAIO†- says we will stop & arrest illegal immigrants under local programs in which we turn them over to ICE; states local police will not racial profile; outlines criteria for stopping those who may be illegal.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary

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