Anthony Scott, left, hugs visitors outside his home near North Charleston, S.C., on Wednesday. Scott’s brother Walter Scott was killed by a North Charleston police officer after a traffic stop on Saturday.
Anthony Scott, left, hugs visitors outside his home near North Charleston, S.C., on Wednesday. Scott’s brother Walter Scott was killed by a North Charleston police officer after a traffic stop on Saturday. CHUCK BURTON AP
Anthony Scott, left, hugs visitors outside his home near North Charleston, S.C., on Wednesday. Scott’s brother Walter Scott was killed by a North Charleston police officer after a traffic stop on Saturday. CHUCK BURTON AP

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