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infections in children and elderly people. others suffer from naugssea. the fda is asking you to take a look at it and clear it out. "early start" continues right now. the police officer caught on camera shooting an unarmed black man has been fired. body cameras ordered for the entire police force as the witness explains what happened when the camera wasn't rolling. guilt why on all charges. jurors will decide if dzhokhar tsarnaev will spend the rest of his life in prison or the death penalty. the latest in court. breaking overnight. you will not believe it. a new scandal at the secret service. good morning. welcome to "early start."
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i'm john berman. >> i'm christine romans. it is 5:00 a.m. in the east. new this morning, a south carolina city vowing to make changes in the wake of a police officer's arrest on murder charges. among the changes, north charleston city officials promising to outfit every officer on force with a body camera. the city firing officer michael slager as he sits in the jail awaiting a bail hearing. he shot and killed walter scott as he ran way from a traffic stop. slager said scott tried to grab his taser. this video shows slager firing eight shots as scott tried to flee. the man who shot that video stepped forward telling nbc news what happened before he started recording. jason carroll is in south carolina with latest. >> reporter: john and christine,
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feidin santana was on his way to work and he caught the struggle. he said the minute the two hit the ground he pulled out his cell phone and started recording. >> they were down on the floor. they were down on the floor before i started recording. they were down on the floor. i remember the police had control of the situation. he had control of scott. scott was trying to get away from the taser. the taser, you know you can hear the sound of the taser. >> reporter: scott's family calling santana a hero for coming out. the city's mayor and police chief actually faced an angry crowd at one point during a press conference. it is specifically when they were questioned about something that happened after the shooting. there seems to be a question of
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whether or not the officers performed cpr on scott. listen to what happened when the police chief was questioned about that. >> in the end of it what i saw was a, i believe to be a police officer removing the shirt of the individual and performing some type of life-saving. i'm not sure what took place. >> you don't know if cpr was performed? >> i was told life saving. they tried to save his life. >> reporter: the chief unable to answer questions about the officer's taser. where was it? the video seems to show at least this is what the family believes they believe the video shows officer slager trying to plant that taser next to scott's body. the police chief unable to answer that question when press odd that particular subject. certainly that is what scott's family believes. they said as painful as it is to see the video, they are grateful
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that this young man came forward and presented the video to them and to investigators. >> thanks jason. the mother of the shooting victim of walter scott for gives michael slager for killing her son. the woman of deep religious faith. judy scott tells anderson cooper she believes michael slager tried to make it look like her son grabbed his taser. god's love presses her to forgive him. she had seen the video, but could not watch it until the end. >> i could not watch the whole tape. when i saw my son running and i saw the policeman behind him, i couldn't take it. i had to turn away. i couldn't handle it. the policeman is supposed to
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protect the people not try to frame them or get out of what they have done wrong. they are supposed to be honest people. protecting us. >> we are learning details this morning about now former officer michael slager. officials say slager's wife is eight months pregnant. the city will continue to pay for her health insurance until the baby is born. the 33-year-old slager has two stepchildren. personnel records show slager like walter scott, served in the u.s. coast guard after joining the police department in 2009 this is interesting, slager was highly proficient in taser use. in boston the jury in the boston marathon case will weigh whether dzhokhar tsarnaev should be executed after finding him guilty on all 30 counts. the verdict was read wednesday afternoon, the 21-year-old stood with his head bowed as the
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guilty verdict was told. cnn's alexandra field has more. >> reporter: christine and john. nearly two years people waited to hear the verdict. 30 counts dzhokhar tsarnaev found guilty in each of them. he strode into the courtroom. for the most part, he looked at his hands and he looked down. no outward show of emotion which has been typical for him throughout the trial. 12 jurors deliberated for just under 12 hours before arriving at the verdict. 11 of the jurors did not look at the defendant. did not want to make eye contact. they kept their eyes forward. looking at the judge. one juror seemed it was trying to get a look at dzhokhar tsarnaev. that juror would not see any
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outward sign of sign of display. the gravity of the situation, you could feel it in the courtroom. it was quiet. people sat still. a few dabbing tears away from their eyes. really no large expressions of emotion. people just sort of listening in and wanting to hear every word. wanting to hear that word guilty said over and over again. we heard from survivors who came out after the verdict was read. they said they did not have a sense of closure, but this is a piece of the puzzle for them. there is a sense of justice for some of them. this trial is not over yet. the 21-year-old's life is now in the hands of the jury. the penalty phase which jurors will consider the death penalty could begin mention week. christine, john. >> the survivors of the bombing are sharing their reaction of
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the guilty verdict. listen sdplchlt listen. >> i don't believe there will be justice brought to this whether he gets the death penalty or remains in prison the rest of his life. i do believe, however, he should be held accountable for his actions and i am very thankful for each of the jury members that are making him do that. >> i don't know what justice is. i'm grateful to have him off the street. i'm grateful to show everyone the world, that it's not tolerated. this is not how we behave and we're grateful that everybody worked hard to make it known we will not allow this. >> governor charlie baker believes dzhokhar tsarnaev should be executed for the crimes he has committed. breaking overnight. a secret service supervisor placed on administrative leave.
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a female agent is alleging that a manager in the security clearance division made quote unwanted sectionalxual advances after returning from a party in the office onch 31st. the white house could announce intent to remove cuba from the state sponsor of terrorism list. the state says cuba should be cleared it. it has not provided support to terrorism in the last six months. the white house wanted to announce that before the summit of americas later this week. president obama is in jamaica this morning on the first leg of the journey to take him on the historic meeting with the 48 leaders of caribbean. the top administration officials say terrorism and energy top the
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agenda. >> the very top of the agenda. >> one of the president's first stops in jamaica was a tour of the bob marley museum. it happens to be the former home of the legend. the president is calling for an end to conversion therapy for gay and transgender youth. the president condemned the practice which is aimed at making gay people straight. critics call it medically and morally unsound. he started this as a petition in honor of a young girl who killed herself in december. ten minutes past the hour. time for an early start on your money. u.s. stock futures lower. stocks rose yesterday. federal reserve trying to get what they will do is why the stock market is higher. fed has concerns about the economy and strong dollar stunting economic growth and sub par spending and slow wage
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growth. the guessing game of the interest rate hike could come later. stocks love the fed's easy money. this is the third longest bull run in history. half of americans are not invested in the stocks market. 52% of americans are not in stocks. including 401(k). most say they simply don't have the money to invest. so interesting because you have the two americas where you have investing class that has done very very well and you have the class that earns money by how they work. wages barely moving. that is troubling. experts say more people should get in the stock market. the united states and iran arming duelling sides of the war in yemen. secretary of state john kerry with a message to iran. we are live after the break.
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>> we are well aware of the support iran has been giving to yemen. iran needs to recognize that the united states is not going to stand by while the region is destabilized. >> let's get the latest on the crisis with senior correspondent nic robertson is live in southern saudi arabia. good morning nic. >> reporter: good morning, john. about the iranian navy vessels off the coast of yemen. we heard from the general whose spokesperson for the military forces here said the iranian boats can come into international waters off the coast of yemen. they cannot enter yemeni territory waters. a clear message for the iranians there. a clear message from the saudi arabians. the secretary has his message.
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he says the conflict in yemen should be resolved by talks. we know over 500 people killed so far. over 300 civilians. the iranian president saying the future of yemen should be decided by the yemeni people. that is a clear message for the united states and for the saudi government that iran doesn't want and doesn't accept there is an international interference inside yemen. the yemeni position is iran is destabilizing by backing the houthis. >> nic robertson, not far from the conflict zone. a fourth new york city man pleaded not guilty wednesday. 26-year-old dilkhayot kasimov allegedly raised money to send two codefendented to syria to join isis. he encouraged others to engage in violent jihadi.
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rand paul's presidential campaign hit a few bumps in the roads. he is taking criticism for the combative back and forth with savannah guthrie. he cut her off accusing her of editorializing when asked about his foreign policy record. he had been accused of being testy when he shushed another reporter. he has been universally testy with male and female reporters. >> i did interview him once. he did not shush me. john harlow said he pushed back on. he doesn't seem to enjoy interviews at times. the senator weighing in on the south carolina shooting. claiming not to jump to conclusions because of the actions of one.
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>> when you look at police across the country, 98% of them doing their job on a day-to-day basis and not doing things like this. i don't want to paint with a broad brush that all of our police are bad. i hope justice does occur, but i hope we don't paint it with such a broad brush. >> hillary clinton has tweeted out her thoughts about the shooting. quote, praying for walter scott's family. heart breaking and too familiar. we can do better. reform judges reform justice system. ted cruz is building a presidential chest. a group of four super pacs pulled in $31 million in cash or commitments for cruz. a sum that size could instantly reduce concerns about the senator's ability to compete. it may pull other candidates in the race. few expected early fund raising to bring in that much money.
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new information from the witness who filmed a police officer shoot and kill unarmed black man walter scott. what he is revealing as the victim's mother tells cnn what she thinks. guilty of all charges, but will the boston marathon bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev get the death penalty? we will take you inside that courtroom. breaking overnight. a new secret service scandal revealed. i'm christine romans. >> i'm john berman. new this morning, changes in the south carolina city in the wake of the arrest of a police officer on murder charges. amongst the changes, the officials plan to outfit every officer with a body camera and the city fired michael slager as he sits in jail waiting a bail
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hearing. on saturday michael slager shot and killed walter scott as he ran away following a traffic stop. slager says that scott tried to grab his taser. this video shows slager firing eight shots from 25 feet as scott was trying to run away. the man who took the video has stepped forward telling nbc news what happened in the moments before he began recording. correspondent jason carroll is in south carolina with the latest. >> reporter: feidin santana said he was on his way to work on saturday when he spotted officer slager and scott in some sort of struggle. he said the minute the two hit the ground, he pulled out his cell phone and started recording. >> they were down on the floor. down on the floor before i started recording. they were down on the floor.
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i remember the police had control of the situation. he had control of scott. scott was trying to get away from the taser. the taser, you know you can hear the sounds of the taser. >> reporter: scott's family calling santana a hero for coming forward and sharing his video. someone else speaking out on behalf of santana is the mayor. the mayor and police chief faced an angry crowd at one point during a press conference. specifically when they were questioned about something that happened after the shooting. seems to be a question about whether or not the officers performed cpr on scott. listen to what happened. >> at the end of it what i saw was a, i believe to be a police officer removing the shirt of the individual and performing some type of life saving.
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i'm not sure what took place. >> you don't know if cpr was performed? >> i was told that they tried to save his life. >> reporter: the police chief unable to answer questions about the officer's taser. where was it? the video seems to show at least this is what the family believes they believe it shows officer slager trying to plant that taser next to scott's body. police chief unable to answer that question when pressed on that particular subject. that is what scott's family believes. they also said as painful as it is for them to see that video, they say they are very grateful that this young man came forward and presented the video to them and to investigators. christine, john. >> jason, thank you. the mother of shooting victim walter scott says she forgives the police officer who shot and killed her son. a woman of deep religious faith.
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judy scott tells anderson cooper she has seen the video, but could not watch it through to the end. even so she does not hate the officer who shot her son in the back. >> i'm supposed to be really angry and upset and raging and all that but i can't because of the love of god in me. i can't be like that. no i don't. i feel forgiveness in my heart. even for the guy that shot and killed my son. >> you feel forgiveness? >> yes. for him. >> we're learning more this morning about former officer michael slager. officials say slager's wife is eight months pregnant. the city will continue paying for her health insurance until the baby is born. the 33-year-old slager has two stepchildren. personnel records show slager
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like walter scott, served in the u.s. coast guard. after joining the police department in 2009 slager became highly proficient in taser use scoring 50 out of 50 on a certification exam. >> that matters here. the taser was involved. the jury in the boston marathon bombing case will weigh if dzhokhar tsarnaev should be executed after finding him guilty of all 30 counts. as the verdict was read on wednesday afternoon, the 21-year-old stood with his head bowed and hands clasped. alexandra field has more details from the courtroom. >> reporter: christine, john this is the moment that so many people waited so long for nearly two years they waited to hear the verdict. now 30 counts dzhokhar tsarnaev found guilty in each of them. he strode into the courtroom and listened to the verdicts read out loud. he looked at his hands and down and looked at his attorney by
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his side. no outward show of emotion which has been typical for him. 12 jurors deliberated for just under 12 hours before the verdict. 11 of the jurors did not look over at the defendant and not make eye contact. they looked at the judge and clerk. one juror was trying to get a closer look at dzhokhar tsarnaev. that juror would not have seen any outward display or sign of surprise from the defendant. a lot of people were in the courtroom to hear the verdict. family members of the victims killed in the case survivors of the bombing. the gravity of the situation, you could feel in the courtroom. people sat still. people dabbing tears from home run from their eyes. people listening in and wanting to hear every word and that word guilty said over and over again. we heard from surviveoreors after
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the verdict was read. they said this was a piece of the puzzle. there is some sense of justice, but this trial is not over yet. the 21-year-old's life is now in the hands of the jury. the penalty phase which jurors will consider the death sentence could begin as early as next week. christine, john. >> alexandra, thanks. survivors of the boston marathon bombing sharing reaction after the verdict was handed down against dzhokhar tsarnaev. >> i don't believe there will ever be justice brought to this no matter if he gets the death penalty or he remains in prison for the rest of his life. i do believe, however, he should be held accountable for his actions and i'm very thankful for each of the jury members that are making him do that. >> i don't know what justice is. i'm grateful to have him off the streets.
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i'm grateful to show everyone the world, that it's not tolerated. this is not how we behave. we are grateful that everybody worked hard to make it known we will not allow this. >> massachusetts governor charlie baker said dzhokhar tsarnaev deserves to be executed for the crimes he committed. breaking overnight, secret service supervisor placed on leave following allegations of sexual assault. the female agent an alleging that a manager in the security clearance division made quote unwanted sexual advances after returning to a party on march 31st. this incident is currently under investigation. the white house could announce its intent to remove cubea from the state sponsored
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terrorism list. white house officials wanted to make the announcement before the summit of americas this week. president obama in jamaica this morning. the first leg of the jureviciusourney before he heads to the summit of the americas in panama where he is likely to see raul castro. security and energy top the agenda. one of the president's first stops in jamaica, a tour of the bob marley museum. one of the homes of the former legend. the president says he still has all of his bob marley albums. european nation shares are high. yesterday was a quiet day. a bit of a gain though because stock investors think an interest rate hike may be put off until september or later.
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the rich are getting richer. the top 400 taxpayers made $336 million on average each in 2012. compare to $221 million a year earlier. they paid $56 million in taxes. that comes out to 17% of their income. some paid taxes below 10%. that average tax rate is 16.7%. the war escalating in yemen. united states and iran taking sides, opposing sides. secretary of state john kerry has a new warning for iran this morning. we will tell you what it is after the break.
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southern saudi arabia. good morning, nic. >> reporter: good morning, christine. the foreign minister has been saying the same thing. we heard from the saudi spokesperson saying that iranian war ships, ones putting out to sea in the gulf of aden are welcome in international waters however, they are not allowed to come in the waters of yemen. if they do that that would certainly escalate tensions here. the saudi spokesperson saying right now the territory waters of yemen are controlled by the saudi-led coalition. we are also hearing of some aid supplies that are just beginning to get into yemen at the moment. into the port city of aden. medical supplies to be delivered to doctors without borders and international red cross. surgical teams to help out in hospital there.
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the plight of the people in the country beginning to cause increasing international concerns. 100,000 people forced from their homes from the fighting. more than 500 killed. 300 of them civilians. we have heard from the iranian president talking about what secretary kerry had to say. talking about the yemeni foreign minister had to say. the iranian president said there should be talks and an end to fighting to protect the citizens. however, what he also said is the future of the yemeni people should be in the hands of the yemeni people. that is a clear message to the united states and saudi arabia to stop interfering in his opinion. >> nic robertson, thanks for that. 46 minutes past the hour. time to look at what is coming up on "new day." alisyn joins me. >> hi. we will dig into the top story.
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that is the witness who filmed that deadly police officer shooting in south carolina. he is speaking out about what he saw. what have we learned from his account and what the official police incident report says happened. will the boston jury give the boston marathon bomber the death sentence or life in prison? and dr. ben carson will join us on "new day." his last appearance was memorable. what can we expect this time? we will get his take on the south carolina shooting and reaction to the current field of presidential contenders. will he officially throw his hat into the ring? maybe even today? we'll get that. >> thanks, alisyn. severe storms tearing through the midwest. this is not over yet. the threat facing 90 million people this morning. i'll bring that to you next.
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millions in the path of violent storms moving across the country this morning. severe thunderstorms ripped through the midwest wednesday. large hail and heavy winds and flash flooding damaged buildings and levelled trees. people are left to pick up after
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a tornado tore through missouri. >> i thought the roof was going to come off. i could hear the hail popping. every once and a while, i looked out and went back to the bathroom. it was horrible. i could not see anything. i kept waiting for it to get done with. it would start in again. i looked out. i thought oh, my lord. >> thousands are still without power in missouri and illinois. 90 million people facing severe weather today. meteorologist derek van dam tracking the storms for us. >> good morning, john and christine. the same storm system responsible for the severe weather across the midwest this wednesday and continuing to march east. we have a collision of two different air masses. warm and moist air from the gulf slide colliding with the cool canadian air. that sets the stage for sectionvere weather today. we have 95 million people under the risk of large hail and
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damaging winds and possibility of isolated strong tornadoes. keep in mind this includes chicago, detroit, cincinnati and all the way south to nashville. little rock and also outside of dallas. here is the storm system continuing to move east. high pressure eventually clears out the skies and makes for a decent weekend across the midwest. including the chicago and detroit area. the forecast radar shows quite a bit of heavy rainfall moving from illinois through wisconsin and parts of michigan and the ohio river valley. temperatures today will be rather cold for new york. 46 degrees for the daytime high. compare that to 86 in atlanta. back to you. >> derek, thanks. you may want to take a second look at the hummus sitting in your fridge right now. details of a major recall next. rge of their type 2 diabetes... ...with non-insulin victoza. for a while, i took a pill to lower my blood sugar but it didn't get me to my goal. so i asked my doctor about victoza. he said victoza works differently than pills and comes in a pen.
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victoza is proven to lower blood sugar and a1c. it's taken once a day, any time. and the needle is thin. victoza is not for weight loss but it may help you lose some weight. victoza is an injectable prescription medicine that may improve blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes when used with diet and exercise. it is not recommended as the first medication to treat diabetes and should not be used in people with type 1 diabetes or diabetic ketoacidosis. victoza has not been studied with mealtime insulin. victoza is not insulin. do not take victoza if you have a personal or family history of medullary thyroid cancer multiple endocrine neoplasia syndrome type 2, or if you are allergic to victoza or any of its ingredients. symptoms of a serious allergic reaction may include swelling of face lips, tongue or throat fainting or dizziness, very rapid heartbeat problems breathing or swallowing, severe rash or itching. tell your doctor if you get a lump or swelling in your neck.
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serious side effects may happen in people who take victoza including inflammation of the pancreas (pancreatitis) which may be fatal. stop taking victoza and call your doctor right away if you have signs of pancreatitis, such as severe pain that will not go away in your abdomen or from your abdomen to your back with or without vomiting. tell your doctor about all the medicines you take and if you have any medical conditions. taking victoza with a sulfonylurea or insulin may cause low blood sugar. the most common side effects are nausea, diarrhea, and headache. some side effects can lead to dehydration, which may cause kidney problems. if your pill isn't giving you the control you need... ask your doctor about non-insulin victoza. it's covered by most health plans.
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time for an early start on your money. european and asian shares higher. hong kong a seven-year high for stocks. u.s. stock futures are down. the fed has concerns about the american economy. strong dollar stunting economic growth. slow wage growth. all of those reasons could be why an interest rate may come later later. a big recall for hummus maker sabra because of potential listeria. it can cause serious and fatal infections in children and elderly people. others may suffer from nausea and high fever and headache.
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the fda urging anyone with the hummus to get rid of it. the witness who recorded a deadly police he just want to get away of the taser. >> the police officer just shot him. in the back. >> i strive to protect and serve. >> no justice, no peace! >> what would have happened if there was no video released? >> the police are supposed to protect the people. >> 30 counts found guilty in each and every one of them. >> i may be standing on one fake leg, but i'm standing here stronger than ever. >> violent storms moving across the country right now. >> i can hear the hail popping, i thought oh my lord. this is "new day," with chris cuomo, alisyn camerota and michaela pereira. >> good morning, welcome to your
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"new day," it's thursday april 9th 6:00 in the east michaela is off, john berman with us. and we have new information about the deadly encounter between a south carolina police officer and a motorist that he pulled over for a broken taillight. the eye witness who shot the video that changed everything in this case is speaking out for the first time. what happened in those critical moments before walter shot was shot repeatedly in the back? this witness knows and will tell you. does the officer's account really add up? and what is still not being investigated about this situation. >> this as the north charleston police department takes swift action firing officer michael slager as he faces murder charges, the police force saying they'll make changes as the state takes over the investigation. we begin coverage with martin savidge, in south carolina this morning. what do we know martin? >> by now everybody is familiar with the video taken by a bystander. there are a number of other
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videos, dash cam videos taken by the police. the question is what do they show? we may get a look at them today. >> no justice, no peace! >> days after the release of the shocking video, north charleston feeling the fallout. demonstrators gathered in front of city hall demanding the mayor resign and more officers being arrested. as the investigation into the shooting death of walter scott by officer michael slager intensifies. in the immediate aftermath of the shooting slager seen here being debriefed by another officer. described a scuffle and claimed through an attorney that the 50-year-old fought for his taser and he felt threatened. in an interview with nbc the man who shot the video said he did see the two struggling on the ground. >> before i started recording, they were down on the floor. i remember the police

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