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Charlotte Riots Night 2: One Shot As Protests Turn Violent, Police Unleash Tear-Gas, Flash-Bangs - Live Feed

Night 2 of the protest in Charlotte following the shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott - an allegedly armed black man - by a black policeman, has turned considerably more violent. As YourDailyDish repoerts, The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department released a press release on the incident that read, “Officers observed a subject inside a vehicle in the apartment complex.
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