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South Carolina / Police Shooting / Scott Interview (Part I) #1081635

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 08, 2015
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(North Charleston: Anderson Cooper) The use of deadly force by a South Carolina police officer, Michael Slager%, who shot fleeing suspect Walter Scott after a traffic stop, featured; video of the actual shooting in North Charleston shown repeatedly.

(North Charleston: Martin Savidge) The fallout in North Charleston after this shooting featured; scenes shown of protests over the police shooting death. [Victim's brother Anthony SCOTT - wants accountability.] [Police Chief Eddie DRIGGERS@- reacts to what happened in the video.] The changes coming to the North Charleston police department discussed.

(North Charleston: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with mother Judy Scott about the death of her son. [SCOTT - explains learning about what happened to her so, when she learned about the videotape; expresses forgivenenss.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Savidge, Martin

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