Dallas police officers were shot by snipers Thursday night during a protest against this week's police killings of two black men in Minnesota and Louisiana. NAACP president and CEO Cornell William Brooks joins "CBS This Morning" from Washington to discuss the message he draws from the attack.
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Pastor Michael W. Waters was helping to lead a peaceful rally in Dallas over deadly police shootings of black men in Louisiana and Minnesota before the police ambush Thursday night. The protest was coming to an end when he heard gunshots. Waters joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what he witnessed.
An attack in Dallas, described as an ambush, has killed five police officers during an otherwise peaceful protest. The city's mayor said that seven more officers and two civilians were wounded. Police have three suspects in custody, and the mayor says a fourth has died. Scott Pelley and Manuel Bojorquez report from Dallas.
Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings, who has been leading his city through the unprecendented tragedy of Thursday night's police ambush, joins "CBS This Morning" from Dallas to give the latest updates on the investigation.
The Dallas protest interrupted by sniper fire was one of several around the country Thursday night protesting deadly police shootings of black men in Louisiana and Minnesota. Anna Werner reports from St. Paul, Minnesota, with new details about Wednesday's police shooting of Philando Castile.
Gunfire broke out in Dallas Thursday night during a peaceful protest of this week's deadly police shootings of black men in Minnesota and Louisiana. At least two snipers ambushed police in a coordinated attack. Dallas police say five officers were killed. Here are the sights and sounds as the chaos unfolded.
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Michael Bautista was nearby when he says a barrage of bullets were exchanged between snipers and Dallas police. Bautista joins "CBS This Morning" to recount what he saw.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how snipers ambushed Dallas police during a peaceful protest Thursday night.
When the Dallas shooting erupted and hundreds of peaceful protesters ran for cover, officers ran toward the gunfire. We know now that they were the target and at least five officers are dead in what appears to be the deadliest attack on law enforcement since 9/11. Omar Villafranca reports from Baylor University Medical Center.
Snipers ambushed police officers in downtown Dallas, turning peaceful protests into chaos. Five officers were killed. Six other officers and one civilian are wounded. Hundreds of people were downtown for a protest of this week's deadly police shootings of black men in Minnesota and Louisiana. Scott Pelley and Manuel Bojorquez report.
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Police acted quickly to help a wounded officer and a mother jumped on her son's back to shield him from the gunshots
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President Obama spoke in Warsaw, Poland Friday morning about an ambush on police in Dallas that left five officers dead, and seven other people wounded. He vowed that those involved in the attack would be brought to justice and expressed his support for law enforcement. Obama is in Poland for meetings with European leaders.
Five officers were killed and six others were wounded along with a protester in what appears to have been a coordinated strike
Shooting in Downtown Dallas began near the end of a protest over the fatal police shootings of two men in Louisiana and Minnesota. Five police officers were killed, and six other officers and one civilian were injured. Manuel Bujorquez reports.
A civilian injured in the Dallas shootings was a mother who attending the protests with her children. She was shot in the leg. The woman's sister spoke about the incident outside the hospital.
Dallas Area Rapid Transit Officer Misty McBride was one of the police officers injured in the Dallas attacks. Her 10-year-old daughter and father spoke to reporters outside a hospital after visiting McBride.