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Reactions to Walter Scott shooting

Updated 1:49 PM ET, Fri October 28, 2016
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Joe Gilliard looks over a fence April 9, 2015, at the spot where Walter Scott was shot and killed by a police officer April 4 in North Charleston, South Carolina. The officer, Michael Slager, has been charged with murder in the fatal shooting of Scott, an unarmed 50-year-old. Video captured by a bystander showed Slager shooting Scott as he ran away. David Goldman/AP
Chasyn Carter, right, embraces Candice Ancrum during a candlelight vigil outside North Charleston's City Hall on Wednesday, April 8. David Goldman/AP
Charleston County Sheriff Al Cannon holds a candle as he joins the City Hall protest on April 8. Chuck Burton/AP
Darrell Mikell, Aaron Moses, Justin Lewis and Quin Dalton stand April 8 near the site where Scott was shot and killed. The person in the background is unidentified. Alex Holt/For The Washington Post via Getty Images
Protesters interrupt a press conference with North Charleston Mayor Keith Summey on April 8. Chuck Burton/AP
People protest Scott's shooting as they rally outside North Charleston's City Hall on April 8. Chuck Burton/AP
Some of those rallying outside North Charleston's City Hall held signs and wore shirts that said "Black lives matter." Scott was black. Slager is white. Richard Ellis/Getty Images
Scott's cousin Barbara, right, and her mother, Evaliana Smalls, lay flowers at the lot where the shooting took place. JIM WATSON/AFP/Getty Images