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The Erik Scott Shooting: One Year Later
The Erik Scott Shooting: One Year Later

AIR DATE: July 13, 2011

On July 10, 2010, three Metro police officers fatally shot Erik Scott at the Summerlin Costco.  The shooting sparked rallies, an investigation, and a reworking of the inquest process.  We look at what has happened with the family and a pending lawsuit one year later.
Bill Scott, father of Erik Scott

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