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  • VIDEO: SC Sen. Clementa Pinkney on Walter Scott shooting

    SC state senator Clementa Pinkney addressed his colleagues on the SC Senate floor to urge requiring police in the state to wear body cameras after the shooting death of Walter Scott. The N. Charleston policeman who shot the unarmed Scott said Scott was armed. A passerby videotaped the shooting which belied that accusation.

VIDEO: SC Sen. Clementa Pinkney on Walter Scott shooting

SC state senator Clementa Pinkney addressed his colleagues on the SC Senate floor to urge requiring police in the state to wear body cameras after the shooting death of Walter Scott. The N. Charleston policeman who shot the unarmed Scott said Scott was armed. A passerby videotaped the shooting which belied that accusation.