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Erik Scott Family Drops Case Against Metro
Erik Scott Family Drops Case Against Metro

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AIR DATE: March 16, 2012

The family of Erik Scott who was gunned down by police at a Costco in 2010, has dropped their lawsuit against Metro. The family cited insurmountable legal hurdles and lack of evidence as a reason. We talk with Bill Scott, Erik Scott's father about why he decided to drop the suit.

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Bill Scott, father of shooting victim Erik Scott
Lawrence Mower, reporter, LVRJ
John L. Smith, columnist, LVRJ


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