North Charleston shows the right way to handle police shootings
BOB: Cal, although I still think that justice was not done in the shooting of Michael Brown by a Ferguson, Mo. police officer, in the case of the North Charleston, S.C., shooting of Walter Scott, the authorities acted quickly and correctly, thus avoiding the unrest Ferguson experienced. The white police officer, Michael Slager, shot Scott as he was running away. A video shows he posed no threat to the officer. Mayor Keith Summey fired Slager, who was arrested and charged with murder.