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Reserve deputy in shooting goes to Bahamas

05:23

Robert Bates, the reserve sheriff's deputy who says he mistook his gun for his Taser when he shot and killed a man, will be going on a family vacation to the Bahamas after receiving approval from a judge. Thomas Roberts talks to Andre Harris, the victim's brother, and the family's attorney about the decision, which they say is "detached."