Girl Makes Tearful Plea at Charlotte City Council Protest

Zianna Oliphant said, 'Our fathers and mothers are killed, and we can't even see them anymore.'
0:47 | 09/27/16

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Protesters in Charlotte gathered at a City Council meeting where they call for the city's mayor and police chief to resigning crowd filled a city council's chambers last night. As part of the ongoing protests in the wake of a deadly police shooting. More than fifty people spoke out against police a police officer Keith Scott's death. The one to young girl spoke through her tears saying that she's afraid to leave her home. Unemployment rate. It and never late in the day again. I did not act you know we easy meaningless. Scott was killed last week. By police when they say that he got out of his truck holding a gun is Stanley says he was not armed some video of the incident has been released but Scott's family is demanding the police released the whole thing.

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