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Charlotte Officer ‘Acted Lawfully’ in Fatal Shooting of Keith Scott

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 30 November 2016 ()
A prosecutor said Wednesday that Officer Brentley Vinson will not face charges in the Sept. 20 shooting of Keith Lamont Scott, whose death set off days of unrest.
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News video: Prosecutors Say Charlotte Police Officer Acted Lawfully In Fatal Shooting of A Black Man

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On Wednesday, a prosecutor has announced that the Charlotte, North Carolina police officer who fatally shoot a black man outside an apartment complex, has been justified in the case of opening fire and will not face any charges.

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