The Rev. Al Sharpton, left, on Sunday led a moment of prayer while visiting a makeshift memorial, where Walter Scott was fatally shot by a white police officer after he fled a traffic stop in North Charleston, S.C. The officer, Michael Thomas Slager, has been fired and charged with murder.
The Rev. Al Sharpton, left, on Sunday led a moment of prayer while visiting a makeshift memorial, where Walter Scott was fatally shot by a white police officer after he fled a traffic stop in North Charleston, S.C. The officer, Michael Thomas Slager, has been fired and charged with murder. David Goldman The Associated Press
The Rev. Al Sharpton, left, on Sunday led a moment of prayer while visiting a makeshift memorial, where Walter Scott was fatally shot by a white police officer after he fled a traffic stop in North Charleston, S.C. The officer, Michael Thomas Slager, has been fired and charged with murder. David Goldman The Associated Press

Sharpton is right to praise North Charleston, S.C., officials after the police shooting death of unarmed Walter Scott

April 13, 2015 11:59 AM

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