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New Law May Prevent Body-Cam Video Release In NC Shooting

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News video: New Law May Prevent Body-Cam Video Release In NC ShootingProtesters continue to voice their outrage over Tuesday's fatal shooting of Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte, North Carolina. However, body camera footage of the shooting may never get seen by the public. Police say that Scott was shot when officer's determined he had a gun and "posed an imminent deadly threat." His family, however, sas he was simply reading a book.

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