An NBC News story about the mistrial of a former South Carolina officer charged with fatally shooting a black man was pulled from the Today show website because the network apparently included an image of a protest in Baltimore. The image used in the segment was taken by an Associated Press photographer outside Baltimore police headquarters in the days after the death of Freddie Gray.
An NBC News story about the mistrial of a former South Carolina officer charged with fatally shooting a black man was pulled from the Today show website because the network apparently included an image of a protest in Baltimore. The image used in the segment was taken by an Associated Press photographer outside Baltimore police headquarters in the days after the death of Freddie Gray. Patrick Semansky AP
An NBC News story about the mistrial of a former South Carolina officer charged with fatally shooting a black man was pulled from the Today show website because the network apparently included an image of a protest in Baltimore. The image used in the segment was taken by an Associated Press photographer outside Baltimore police headquarters in the days after the death of Freddie Gray. Patrick Semansky AP

NBC uses Baltimore protest photo in story about Slager mistrial

December 08, 2016 07:24 AM

UPDATED December 08, 2016 08:43 AM

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