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Attorney for shooting suspect's family: "Of course they're shocked"

Friday, Oct 04, 2013 - 00:59

Oct. 4 - An attorney for the family of Miriam Carey say they are ''shocked'' and still don't know the circumstances surrounding her fatal confrontation with police outside the U.S. capitol. Deborah Gembara reports.

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TV AND WEB RESTRICTIONS~**PART CBS - DIGITAL USE ONLY. NO BROADCAST USE WORLDWIDE. NO ACCESS AUSTRALIA BROADCASTER WEBSITES. NO ACCESS JAPAN. NO ACCESS ABC AMERICA, FOX, UNIVISION, TELEMUNDO, BBC AMERICA, NBC, OR THEIR DIGITAL/MOBILE PLATFORMS. PART ALHURRA MUST COURTESY "ALHURRA"/ DO NOT OBSTRUCT ALHURRA BUG ON SCREEN*~ Unraveling the details the morning after a woman led police on a wild car chase through Washington that ended in gunfire. In New York, an attorney for the family of Miriam Carey, who Secret Service say rammed security barricades near the White House before driving to the Capitol. Eric Sanders. SOUNDBITE: ERIC SANDERS-ATTORNEY FOR MIRIAM CAREY'S FAMILY SAYING: "It's like anyone else. How would you feel? You see these things happen to people and you wonder how did this happen? It is out of the ordinary, so of course they're shocked, as a family member as well as how this whole thing occurred. No one knows the exact circumstances of how this thing really occurred. That's a whole other part of the investigation on the family side." On Friday, one of the police cars rammed in the incident was towed from the capitol. Carey was killed on the scene and two officers were injured. Carey's immediate family has not commented on reports she had mental health issues.

Attorney for shooting suspect's family: "Of course they're shocked"

Friday, Oct 04, 2013 - 00:59

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