S.C. officer arrested for murder

April 2015
Jackson Advocate;4/9/2015, Vol. 77 Issue 27, p1A
The article reports that North Charleston, South Carolina-based patrolman Michael Thomas Slager has been arrested for the murder of Walter Lamer Scott on April 7, 2015 which was filmed by Feidin Santana.


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