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Prosecutors Could Announce Charges In Keith Scott Case

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News video: Prosecutors Could Announce Charges In Keith Scott CaseOn Wednesday, the district attorney in Charlotte, North Carolina, was expected to announce whether charges will be filed against Brentley Vinson, the police officer who shot and killed Keith Scott in September, sparking a week of sometimes violent protests. Police say Scott was armed when officers confronted him in a parked car outside a Charlotte apartment complex, though released video footage has offered no clear evidence that he was holding a gun when he was shot. The Sept.

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