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Keith Scott autopsy shows Charlotte police shot him 4 times, family says first in the back

A black man shot dead by police in Charlotte, North Carolina last month sustained four wounds, two of which killed him immediately, a private autopsy reportedly shows. Police have neither released their own autopsy, nor charged the white officer involved.

“The cause of death is two, penetrating, indeterminate range gunshot wounds to the back and abdomen,” Keith Lamont Scott’s family’s autopsy report read, according to the Washington Post.  Read more.

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