The morning after North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency and National Guard and state troopers moved in to help quell violent protests that roiled the city for a second consecutive night, there was still widespread anger and uncertainty over the fatal police shooting that unleashed the unrest.
Thursday morning, as Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts spoke to CBS affiliate WBTV about the possibility of implementing a curfew to curb the chaos, she also said the family of Keith Lamont Scott will be permitted to watch video of his deadly encounter with Charlotte-Mecklenburg police. The slain man’s family will watch the video Thursday, Roberts told the station, as her city attempted to recover from a second night of demonstrations that left one man clinging to life and several businesses damaged.
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