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Civil rights leader Rev. Al Sharpton (c) prays with supporters over the makeshift memorial during a vigil at the site of the death of Walter Scott in North Charleston, South Carolina, April 12, 2015. Reverend Sharpton on Sunday praised the mayor of a South Carolina town where a white patrolman was charged with murder after the fatal shooting of a black man and said other officers there should face charges. New York-based Sharpton said he hoped the prosecution of the officer, who shot Walter Scott in the back on April 4, would mark a turning point in the United States. The incident was caught on video by a bystander.  REUTERS/Randall Hill - RTR4X1TL Randall Hill / Reuters
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