Gayle King (left), co-host of CBS This Morning, interviews Rakeyia Scott on Wednesday about the fatal shooting by police of her husband, Keith Lamont Scott. Rakeyia Scott captured cellphone video of the fatal Sept. 20 encounter.
Gayle King (left), co-host of CBS This Morning, interviews Rakeyia Scott on Wednesday about the fatal shooting by police of her husband, Keith Lamont Scott. Rakeyia Scott captured cellphone video of the fatal Sept. 20 encounter. CBS Television
Gayle King (left), co-host of CBS This Morning, interviews Rakeyia Scott on Wednesday about the fatal shooting by police of her husband, Keith Lamont Scott. Rakeyia Scott captured cellphone video of the fatal Sept. 20 encounter. CBS Television

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