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North Charleston Shooting: Dash Cam Video Released

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The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division has released several dash cam videos in connection with the fatal shooting of Walter Scott in North Charleston, S.C. None shows the actual shooting. The video from the officer's dash cam shows the officer approaching Scott's car. More Here.

April 09, 2015
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Rick @ 4/9/2015 8:37 PM

Hmmm, very interesting considering that the suspect was told to get back in the car, complied, then fled and all the while, someone in the passenger seat just stays put. The media is going bonkers crucifying the officer and while it seems bad watching the bystanders video, it appears that the suspect had some reason to run.

James @ 6/9/2015 8:10 AM

Just because a person has a reason to run does not equal a cop a reason to shoot. Regardless of what happened before the shooting, when Mr. Scott was shot he was not armed, nor was threatening the life or welfare or anybody. That is why he has been indicted for murder.

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