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  • Mourners gather at Raleigh shooting scene

    As mourners gathered at the scene of a fatal shooting by Raleigh police, Rev. William Barber II of the NC NAACP urged calm and called for an honest and transparent investigation.

As mourners gathered at the scene of a fatal shooting by Raleigh police, Rev. William Barber II of the NC NAACP urged calm and called for an honest and transparent investigation. Video by Elena Boffetta, eboffetta@newsobserver.com Photo by Travis Long, tlong@newsobserver.com
As mourners gathered at the scene of a fatal shooting by Raleigh police, Rev. William Barber II of the NC NAACP urged calm and called for an honest and transparent investigation. Video by Elena Boffetta, eboffetta@newsobserver.com Photo by Travis Long, tlong@newsobserver.com

NAACP urges calm, honesty in wake of Raleigh police shooting

March 01, 2016 12:10 PM