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The murder trial of white former policeman, Michael Slager, for fatally shooting unarmed black motorist Walter Scott has put the city of Charleston, South Carolina on edge.

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The death of Walter Scott


Former cop Michael Slager walks around the obstruction table security hearing in Charleston, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randall Hill


Photos are appeared by the arraignment exhibit the nearness of Michael Slager in April, in the midst of security hearing, in Charleston, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randall Hill


Mourners look on as the casket of Walter Scott is ousted from a memorial service auto for his internment benefit at W.O.R.D. Administrations Christian Center in Summerville. REUTERS/David Goldman/Pool


A part leaves the vigil drove by social fairness pioneer Rev. Al Sharpton at the site of the death of Walter Scott in North Charleston, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randall Hill


Protest signs and blooms embellish a fence in the midst of social freedoms pioneer Rev. Al Sharpton's vigil at the site of the death of Walter Scott in North Charleston, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randall Hill


Denise Cromwell of the Black Lives Matter advancement, researches the recognition for Walter Scott after a vigil drove by social fairness pioneer Rev. Al Sharpton at the site of Scott's going in North Charleston, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randall Hill


Miles Scott, offspring of the late Walter Scott, sits with a partner on a seat as relatives and colleagues collected to remember Scott, at Live Oak Memorial Gardens in Charleston, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randal Hill


A still picture taken from police dash cam video professedly exhibits Walter Scott running from his vehicle in the midst of a movement stop before he was shot and executed by white cop Michael Slager in North Charleston, South Carolina. REUTERS/South Carolina Law Enforcement Division/Handout by method for Reuters


North Charleston cop Michael Slager (R) is seen purportedly shooting 50-year-old Walter Scott in the back as he escapes, in this still picture from video in North Charleston, South Carolina taken April 4, 2015. Slager was blamed for murder after a video showed him shooting eight times at the back of Scott who was running away.


The box of Walter Scott is wheeled into W.O.R.D. Administrations Christian Center for his entombment benefit. REUTERS/David Goldman/Pool


Jerome Taylor of North Charleston, South Carolina holds signs at a rally in North Charleston, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randall Hill


Muhiyidin Moye D'Baha of the Black Lives Matter advancement, grasps a supporter in the midst of a vigil with social freedoms pioneer Rev. Al Sharpton at the site of the death of Walter Scott in North Charleston, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randall Hill


Jay "Grandmaster Jay" Johnson (right, bowing), the national official of the Black Lives Matter improvement, explores the recognition in the midst of a vigil coordinated by social freedoms pioneer Rev. Al Sharpton at the site of the death of Walter Scott in North Charleston, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randall Hill


A dissenter holds a sign in the midst of a late rally at city campaign in North Charleston, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randall Hill


Judy Scott, mother of the late Walter Scott, wipes a tear as relatives and associates collected to review Scott, at Live Oak Memorial Gardens in Charleston, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randal Hill


Judy Scott, mother of Walter Scott, holds up in a limousine outside the W.O.R.D. Benefit Christian Center in Summerville, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randall Hill


Rev. Arthur Prioleau of Goose Creek, South Carolina, passes on a sign at a rally in North Charleston, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randall Hill text


Eddie Bryan of North Charleston, South Carolina, lays on a stump outside the W.O.R.D. Benefit Christian Center in Summerville, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randall Hill


Muhiydin Moye D'Baha of the Black Lives Matter advancement drives the contradiction at a rally in North Charleston, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randall Hill


Relatives and sidekicks collected to review Walter Scott, at Live Oak Memorial Gardens in Charleston, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randal Hill


A young church goer grasps his mother's arm before social balance pioneer Rev. Al Sharpton talked at Charity Missionary Baptist Church in North Charleston, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randall Hill


Miles Scott, offspring of the late Walter Scott, lays a rose as relatives and sidekicks gathered to review Scott, at Live Oak Memorial Gardens in Charleston, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randal Hill


A cop watches protestors at a rally in North Charleston, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randall Hill


A little commitment for Walter Scott signify the spot of his going in North Charleston, South Carolina. REUTERS/Randall Hill


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