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NBC News Online Releases North Carolina Shooting Video

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After several nights of rioting in North Carolina, new video has been obtained by NBC news online from the wife of Keith Lamont Scott, the black man who was fatally shot by police officers in Charlotte North Carolina this week. The graphic footage obtained taken by the victims wife shows viewers the moments leading up to the fatal police shooting of her husband. Scott is seen on the ground moments after the shots were fired and surrounded by officers. Go to nbcnews.com right now to see the full video.

Added on the 23/09/2016 13:46:09 - Copyright : Wochit

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