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April 27 Reuters - Lawyers for the family of a Black man gunned down by sheriff's deputies last week in North Carolina said a private autopsy showed he died from a "kill shot" to the back of his head, and the FBI on Tuesday opened a civil rights probe of the shooting. Andrew Brown Jr.


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Groups of protesters are trying to stop cars driving on the downtown highway loop around Charlotte. Footage from TV station helicopters showed about three dozen people on Interstate trying to stop cars late Thursday night. Several cars made it through, dodging people. One man was shot and critically wounded, several reporters and people were attacked, windows were shattered and small fires set Wednesday night.

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Police have not given an update on the of people or police officers hurt. There also were destructive protests Tuesday.

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North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory has declared a state of emergency and called in the National Guard. Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency in Charlotte as protests over a police shooting turned violent for a second night.

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The march turned violent after a protester was shot and critically injured. City officials say police did not fire the shot. After the shooting, police in riot gear began firing tear gas and marching through downtown arm in arm.

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Keith Scott was shot to death Tuesday. Police say he had a gun, but neighbors and his family say he only had a book. Charlotte officials say a man shot during a protest is in critical condition but was not wounded by a police officer. The city of Charlotte made the announcement Wednesday night on its Twitter feed, reversing an earlier statement that the man had died. The man was shot as police in riot gear protected an upscale hotel in downtown Charlotte. After the shooting, protesters began throwing bottles, dirt clods and fireworks at the officers.

The police fired flash grenades and then tear gas back, dispersing the crowd of several hundred. But groups of protesters kept marching around downtown, followed by police in riot gear who continued to fire tear gas at them. The protesters were angry about the police shooting of Keith Lamont on Tuesday at his condominium complex. Police said the black man had a gun, while neighbors and his family said he was holding a book.

This item has been corrected to show that the city now says the man is in critical condition, not dead. The emergency medical service in Charlotte says a person has been taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries from an apparent gunshot wound. The service says it has taken eight patients — seven law-enforcement officers and one civilian — to area hospitals during protests over the police shooting of a black man.

Protesters have rushed police in riot gear at a downtown Charlotte hotel and officers have fired tear gas to disperse the crowd.

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Firefighters rushed in to pull the man to a waiting ambulance. Officers on bicycles surrounded a pool of blood on the ground and a few people threw bottles and clods of dirt at police. The tense standoff continued as police fired small canisters of tear gas into the protesters.

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Groups of college students are descending on the condominium complex parking lot where a black man was shot and killed by a black Charlotte police officer. One group of students came from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, about 80 miles away. Others came from Guilford College, also in Greensboro. Meanwhile, students and faculty from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte canvassed the neighborhood, some of them offering words of comfort while others passed out water. Before nightfall, a memorial was set up at the site where Scott was shot.

People prayed and held candles, and flowers were placed beneath a table. A prayer vigil over the fatal police shooting of a black man in Charlotte has turned into a protest march through downtown. Police blocked off streets, and some protesters yelled and pointed at them, but officers did not react. The White House says President Barack Obama has called the mayors of Charlotte and Tulsa to get an update on protests after fatal shootings involving police officers and a black victim. Obama and the mayors reiterated that protests should be conducted in a peaceful manner and that local law enforcement should find ways to calmly engage those protesting.

The mother of a man shot to death by Charlotte police says he was a family man. And he was a likable person. And he loved his wife and his children. Texas records show that he was convicted of evading arrest with a vehicle inand several months later of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

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In in South Carolina, records show Scott pleaded guilty to contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Court records also show a misdemeanor assault conviction in North Carolina from About students gathered at the student union at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte to protest the shooting death of a black man by a police officer about a mile from campus. The students first gathered on a patio behind the student union and were led in prayer.

Police say Keith Lamont Scott refused repeated demands to drop a handgun and was shot. Neighborhood residents say Scott was unarmed when he was shot to death. Court records indicate that the man shot to death by Charlotte police had a criminal record including an assault conviction. Records show that most of the charges were dismissed, and he pleaded guilty to a single charge of misdemeanor assault with a deadly weapon.

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Records from nearby Gaston County show that Scott pleaded guilty to driving while impaired in A woman who identified herself as the mother of a black man who was shot to death by Charlotte police says her son was raised in the Charleston, South Carolina, area. At the Walker residence in a neighborhood of modest ranch homes near Charleston, a man standing in the driveway, who would not give his name, said the family had no comment.

He said a statement might be issued on Thursday. The North Carolina chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union urged Charlotte police to release any footage from body or dashboard cameras of a fatal shooting this week. Karen Anderson, executive director of the ACLU of North Carolina, issued a statement that said the Charlotte police department should release any footage in the interest of transparency.

Attorney General Loretta Lynch says the police shooting deaths in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Charlotte, North Carolina, are highlighting the most vivid and painful divisions that persist between law enforcement and communities of color.

Attorneys for the family of andrew brown jr. say he was shot in the back of the head and had his hands on the car steering wheel when they opened fire.

Lynch made her comments at the beginning of her address to the International Bar Association Conference in Washington. She says the Justice Department has opened a civil rights investigation into the death of Terrence Crutcher in Tulsa and the agency is in regular contact with Charlotte authorities as the investigation begins there. An outspoken leader of the Nation of Islam is calling for an economic boycott of Charlotte after a police officer shot a man to death. Murphy and others were reacting to the police shooting of year-old Keith Lamont Scott, a black man who was killed Tuesday.

The officer who fired the fatal shot is also black. Police say they did not find a book at the scene. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Chief Kerr Putney says officers recovered a gun that they say a man had when he was shot and killed by an officer. Putney said at a news conference Wednesday that year-old Keith Lamont Scott had a gun, but no book when officers searched him and his vehicle. Putney says the officer who shot Scott, Brently Vinson, was not wearing a body camera.

Putney says he cannot release body camera and dashboard camera video from other officers because of the ongoing investigation. The Charlotte police chief says officers gave year-old Keith Lamont Scott multiple warnings to drop a handgun before fatally shooting him. Police Chief Kerr Putney said during a news conference Wednesday morning that officers were searching for a suspect Tuesday when they saw Scott exit a vehicle with a handgun.

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He says the officers told him to drop the gun and that he got out of the vehicle a second time still carrying the gun. He says the man was shot because he posed a threat. He says officers requested medical help and performed CPR on the black man.

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The black officer who shot Scott has been placed on administrative leave while the shooting is investigated. The chief said 16 officers sustained minor injuries during protests Tuesday night and that one person has been arrested.

A civil rights activist says he has a powerful witness to the shooting of a black man by a black Charlotte police officer at an apartment complex. John Barnett said Wednesday morning that the witness did not see year-old Keith Lamont Scott make any threatening gestures toward officers before he was shot Tuesday afternoon. Scott died at the scene of the shooting. Protests lasted throughout the night, damaging police cars, causing minor injuries to about a dozen officers and closing down a part of Interstate 85 not far from the shooting scene. Charlotte officials plan to release a statement on the latest in their investigation of the shooting of a black man by a black police officer Tuesday afternoon.

The statement was to be released at a. It was not immediately clear if a city spokesman would take questions on the investigation. Streets in Charlotte were clear Wednesday morning after angry motorists protested over the shooting Tuesday night. Forty-three-year-old Keith Lamont Scott was shot to death by an officer who has been placed on administrative leave during the investigation into the shooting. The streets in Charlotte, North Carolina, are quiet Wednesday morning after angry protests over the fatal police shooting of a black man left officers injured and shut down an interstate.

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Traffic is flowing again on Interstate 85, hours after protesters blocked the highway and television footage showed some apparently looting semi-trucks and setting their contents on fire. No protesters could be seen around 5 a. Less than 5 miles away, wooden pallets barricaded the entrance to a Wal-Mart that had apparently been looted. Demonstrators protesting the fatal shooting of a black man by a police officer in Charlotte, North Carolina, have shut down a small section of Interstate TV footage early Wednesday showed dozens of protesters on the highway facing a line of law enforcement officers.