Walter Scott

Slager was found guilty of second-degree murder and obstruction of justice. 

Scott's shooting marked a defining moment in furthering the national discussion of deadly force used by law enforcement against Black men and women.

One lone juror swore that he couldn't "in good conscience” convict Michael Slager beyond a reasonable doubt. The jury reconvenes on Monday.

Because Slager's trial date isn't until October, lawyers argued that keeping him in jail was akin to punishing him for the crime without a conviction.

A South Carolina grand jury returned a murder indictment on Monday against a White former police officer who shot and killed an unarmed Black man in April, inflaming tensions over police brutality against African-Americans, according to MSNBC. Sign Up For Our Newsletter! The former officer, Michael Slager of the North Charleston Police Department, was captured on […]

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In a ceremony described as “beautiful, spirit filled,” hundreds came together on Saturday for the funeral of Walter Scott, the unarmed South Carolina man who…

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Despite the outcomes of the last police brutality cases, Jeff Johnson thinks Michael Slager, the South Carolina officer who shot and killed Walter Scott, has a great chance of being convicted of murder. Listen to the audio player to hear why as he discusses more on the topic in this edition of 3 Things You Should Know. Sign […]