Police say Jesse Matthew, the suspect in the disappearance of UVA sophomore Hannah Graham is linked to the 2009 murder of Virginia Tech student Morgan Harrington. Now officers have seized the taxi Matthew was driving the night Harrington disappeared. WTVR's Laura French has the latest.
Video of a traffic stop that ends with officers smashing a window and tasering a passenger has sparked outrage across the country. Susan Candiotti spoke to Yolanda Gray, a woman who says she knows exactly what it felt like, because her family felt similar terror eight years ago. Gray even claims one of the officers in that video had tackled her.
Police have just issues a warrant for the passenger in that video for a marijuana charge from years ago. Anderson discussed this move with legal analysts Sunny Hostin and Mark O'Mara.
Thomas Eric Duncan was the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the U.S. He is now the first person to die from the disease in this country. His nephew released a statement saying:
"Eric Duncan was treated unfairly. Eric walked into the hospital, the other patients were carried in after an 18 hour flight. It is suspicious to us that all the white patients survived and this one black patient passed away. It took 8 days to get him medicine. He didn't begin treatment in Africa, he began treatment here, but he wasn't given a chance."
CNN Senior Medical Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen has more on the questions about Duncan's care.
For ten years, Candice Anderson believed she killed her boyfriend when she crashed her car into a tree. She did not deny that she had taken an unprescribed Xanax pill the night before, but maintains she was not intoxicated. People in her town called her a murderer and she pleaded guilty to criminally negligent homicide. This year, GM recalled her car for a defective ignition switch – one of millions of GM cars recalled for the defect. Regulators count her boyfriend's death among those caused by the defective switches. To this day, in the eyes of the law, Candice still has that felony on her record. Poppy Harlow first brought you Candice's story on AC360. She just sat down with GM CEO Mary Barra and asked if she believes Candice should be pardoned?
Editor's note: Some viewers may find this video disturbing.
We are now hearing from the man and woman who were in the front seat of their car as police smashed through the window and tasered the passenger. The driver was initially pulled over for not wearing her seatbelt. There were two children in the back seat, including one who recorded the incident. Susan Candiotti spoke to the driver and has new information on two of the officers on the scene.
This video raises serious legal questions about the actions of both the police and the adults in the car. Anderson took a closer look at what happened with attorney Areva Martin and CNN legal analyst and criminal defense attorney Mark O'Mara.
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