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A Shocking Acquittal

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo meets with North Korea’s envoy in Washington, D.C. preparing for a possible second Trump-Kim Summit, RT Correspondent Dan Cohen reports with the details. Then, Manila Chan sits down with a former police officer Ronald Hampton to discuss the acquittal of  three Chicago police officers in covering up the shooting of 17-year-old Laquan Mcdonald. Later, RT Correspondent Ashlee Banks reports on the discoveries of unmarked graves belonging to African-American slaves across the U.S. Manila Chan speaks with student activist at University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Cortland Gilliam about these burial sites and the push to remove Confederate statues from college campuses across the country.  

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