This program is about 1 hour long
(New York: Randi Kaye) A narration of the shaky 2:12 minute cell phone video taken by the wife of the black man, Keith Scott, shot by African-American police officer Brentley Vinson featured; Charlotte video shown with wife's audio heard.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The three nights of protest in Charlotte in response to the shooting noted.
(Charlotte: Boris Sanchez) The slim crowd tonight outside the Omni Hotel featured; scenes shown of the quiet crowd.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Atlanta: Martin Savidge) A protest march in Atlanta discussed; scenes shown of the organized demonstration by an angry crowd.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with criminologist David Klinger, Georgia public safety director Cedric Alexander, CNN's Van Jones & former prosecutor Laura Coates about the Charlotte video of the police shooting; video played. [KLINGER, ALEXANDER, JONES, COATES - offer views on the Scott video, the questions about what the police & the wife said, how this video is a piece of the puzzle & we need more information, the issue of the threat of lethal force.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with the mother & brother of Justin Carr, who was shot to death during last night's protest. [Vivian, Kenneth CARR - talk about son/brother Justin, why he was marching.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(New York: Randi Kaye) Prior incidents in which there was pressure to release police video of a shooting examined; scenes shown of the video Chicago shooting of Laquan McDonald that was released a year after the incident that led to protests; the Ferguson shooting of Michael Brown; the Tulsa shooting of Terence Crutcher by police officer Betty Shelby.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with criminologist David Klinger, Clinton supporter Bakari Sellers & yourblackworld.com Boyce Watkins about the Charlotte & other police shootings. [KLINGER, SELLERS, WATKINS - offer views on the timing of releasing police videos, how people want justice.]