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Monday’s news of a grand jury choosing not to indict Darren Wilson in the shooting death of unarmed teen Michael Brown came on the heels of dayslong speculation about what outlet the Ferguson, Mo., police officer would choose to give his first interview.
ABC News and Good Morning America/This Week host George Stephanopoulos confirmed they had landed the sit-down on Tuesday afternoon, tweeting a photo of Stephanopoulos with Wilson and noting that the journalist met with the cop for an hour. “No questions were off limits,” wrote Stephanopoulos.
The network plans to break in with a special report and air Tuesday, Nov. 25, on World News With David Muir and Nightline followed by Good Morning America the next day. The full interview will also be available on ABCNews.com
CNN’s Anderson Cooper and Don Lemon both copped to meeting with Wilson on Twitter, though there were a slew of other names in the mix. All major TV news outlets made a pitch to land the Wilson interview over this past weekend.
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