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August 22nd, 2014
07:49 PM ET

Revealed: Grand jury racial breakdown

Brooke Baldwin talks to CNN Legal Analysts Mel Robbins and Mark Geragos about the racial and gender breakdown of the Brown grand jury.

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  1. dede supino

    Don Lemon and Don Johnson are at the right place at the right time. Mr. Lemon and CNN are strongly giving voice to blacks in Ferguson. My fear is that CNN will leave soon and the policing will go back to "business as usual " in Ferguson. I wish CNN could make a commitment to keep the pressure on for doing RIGHT in St. Louis. This is the perfect time to have hidden racial discussion on going in the US. Please find someway to stay representing ferguson and keep the issues of racial intolerance and poor policing in our minds. Dede

    August 23, 2014 at 12:10 pm |
  2. ckt54

    Nothing wrong with giving a voice to blacks in Ferguson but they need to also report the facts not just rumors that have gotten out of hand and as a result you have the looting and villifimg of this PO. Yes, we ALL want justice but we have to know all the facts before we convict someone. In this case there are different accounts from eyewitnesses on what happened. The ONE SIDED reporting of this story by CNN and MSNBC has done nothing but add fuel to the flames instead of calm or at the very least wait until all the facts are out before you convict this PO thru public opinion.

    August 24, 2014 at 9:56 am |
  3. ckt54

    Sounds like they're wanting an OJ Simpson jury. A jury that will base their verdict on skin color rather than the facts and the evidence.

    August 24, 2014 at 10:06 am |

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