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Keith Lamont Scott and the decision to release a police video




Kerr Putney, chief of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg police, fields questions from the media on Friday in Charlotte, N.C.
Kerr Putney, chief of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg police, fields questions from the media on Friday in Charlotte, N.C.
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Facing mounting pressure from protestors and community leaders, Charlotte police chief Kerr Putney made the decision over the weekend to release dashboard and body cam videos of the fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte, North Carolina. 

We'll talk about how police agencies decide if and when to release video of police shootings to the public is David Klinger. 

He's a professor of criminology and criminal justice at the University of Missouri - St. Louis. He's also a former LAPD officer.