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  • A closer look at the moment Justin Carr died

    Fractions of a second before Justin Carr was fatally shot last September, a frame from a newly released police video shows a small blip of gold light to the right of where the Charlotte man was standing. This, according to prosecutors, is the precise moment in which Rayquan Borum fired the shot that killed Carr on the night of Sept. 21, 2016.

Fractions of a second before Justin Carr was fatally shot last September, a frame from a newly released police video shows a small blip of gold light to the right of where the Charlotte man was standing. This, according to prosecutors, is the precise moment in which Rayquan Borum fired the shot that killed Carr on the night of Sept. 21, 2016.
Fractions of a second before Justin Carr was fatally shot last September, a frame from a newly released police video shows a small blip of gold light to the right of where the Charlotte man was standing. This, according to prosecutors, is the precise moment in which Rayquan Borum fired the shot that killed Carr on the night of Sept. 21, 2016.

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