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  • Charlotte police confrontation with protesters on I-277

    Around 10:30pm on Thursday, Sept. 22, protesters moved from uptown Charlotte to Interstate 277. They were calling for justice in the police shooting of Keith Scott. The protesters were pushed back up a hill by police who had temporarily closed that section of the freeway in anticipation of the coming protests.

Around 10:30pm on Thursday, Sept. 22, protesters moved from uptown Charlotte to Interstate 277. They were calling for justice in the police shooting of Keith Scott. The protesters were pushed back up a hill by police who had temporarily closed that section of the freeway in anticipation of the coming protests. Justine Miller charlotteobserver.com
Around 10:30pm on Thursday, Sept. 22, protesters moved from uptown Charlotte to Interstate 277. They were calling for justice in the police shooting of Keith Scott. The protesters were pushed back up a hill by police who had temporarily closed that section of the freeway in anticipation of the coming protests. Justine Miller charlotteobserver.com

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