Black People : Walter Scott Video Witness Now Charging Media $10,000 For Use of Video….

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    NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. — The video of a North Charleston police officer shooting an
    unarmed man
    in the back will now cost news outlets that want to run it $10,000, according to a
    publicist representing the man who shot it.

    Cease-and-desist letters went out this week to news outlets around the world from Markson Sparks, a
    publicity and celebrity management company based in Sydney, Australia.

    The video, taken April 4, showed a North Charleston police officer, Michael T. Slager, shooting a man
    who ran from him after a traffic stop. A bystander, Feidin Santana, took the video and then turned
    it over to the family of the man who was killed, Walter L. Scott.

    Read more: http://theconservativetreehouse.com...ss-now-charging-media-10000-for-use-of-video/

    Walter Scott Video Witness Now Charging Media $10,000 For Use of Video….

    Feidin Santana's attorney Todd Rutherford says: "The search for justice is served by turning the video over to law enforcement.  The news media, appeared to be in the 'search for revenue'"... Which makes you wonder why Todd Rutherford sent the...
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