Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officers follow protesters past the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, NC on Sunday, Sept 25. Unrest in the city prompted Gov. Pat McCrory to issue a state of emergency Wednesday.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officers follow protesters past the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, NC on Sunday, Sept 25. Unrest in the city prompted Gov. Pat McCrory to issue a state of emergency Wednesday. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officers follow protesters past the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, NC on Sunday, Sept 25. Unrest in the city prompted Gov. Pat McCrory to issue a state of emergency Wednesday. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com

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