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Police chief: Scott was ‘an imminent threat’

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The chief of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg police department claimed that Keith Lamont Scott had a gun and there was “an imminent threat.” The Scott family claimed he was not carrying a gun and instead a book. Attorney and radio host Mo Ivory joins MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle to discuss the press conference.