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Charlotte Police Officer Didn't Activate Body Camera Until AFTER Keith Lamont Scott Was Shot

WARNING: Graphic Details/Video Ahead The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department probably thought it would help their argument to release body camera footage from the fatal shooting of Keith Lamont Scott, but it actually proved an officer violated policy. Over the weekend, CMPD released video from one dashboard camera and one body camera from the controversial killing. Related: Man Shot During [.
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