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Jurors Visit Scene In Walter Scott Murder Case

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News video: Jurors Visit Scene In Walter Scott Murder CaseOn Wednesday, the South Carolina jury in the trial of Michael Slager, the former police officer charged in the shooting death of 50-year-old Walter Scott, went to the vacant lot where a Slager fatally shot Scott in the back after the motorist resisted arrest and ran away. The visit to the crime scene was the last step before closing arguments Wednesday in the month-long trial of Slager. He now faces 30 years to life if convicted of murder in the death of Scott.

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