North Carolina Police Kill Deaf Man After Chase

North Carolina police shot and killed a deaf man who was the father of a 3-year-old after a traffic stop following a brief chase, according to authorities.
0:31 | 08/23/16

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Family friends and neighbors gathered in Charlotte, North Carolina to remember at deaf man fatally shot by police have a family of Daniel Harris told those gathered at the vigil. But they want answers about his death Harris was killed after an attempted traffic stop. He led police on a long chase before he was shot by a state trooper. Neighbors believe he was trying to communicate using sign language when a state trooper opened fire his family says he was unarmed but police have not confirmed that. Incident is now under investigation the police officer has been placed on administrative leave.

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