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The judge declares a mistrial in the case of the South Carolina police officer who fatally shot Water Scott. Executive director for Color of Change’s Rashad Robinson joins MSNBC’s Katy Tur to discuss the announcement of a mistrial and the difficulty to prosecute police officers.