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  • EXCLUSIVE: DA Murray on Keith Lamont Scott shooting aftermath: "It was a false-narrative world that began spinning out of control"

    During an exclusive interview with the Charlotte Observer, Charlotte District Attorney Andrew Murray discusses how social media played a role in the aftermath of the Keith Lamont Scott shooting. He also talks about key players during the protests trying to get their "10 minutes of fame."

EXCLUSIVE: DA Murray on Keith Lamont Scott shooting aftermath: "It was a false-narrative world that began spinning out of control"

During an exclusive interview with the Charlotte Observer, Charlotte District Attorney Andrew Murray discusses how social media played a role in the aftermath of the Keith Lamont Scott shooting. He also talks about key players during the protests trying to get their "10 minutes of fame."
Justine Miller jmiller@mcclatchy.com