An autopsy shows a black man killed by police in North Carolina was shot once in the back.
The deadly shooting of Keith Lamont Scott last month sparked nights of protests and unrest in Charlotte. The "Washington Post" reports that the autopsy commissioned by Scott's family showed that he was hit by four bullets. The shots that killed him were one to the abdomen and another to the back. Another two shots hit him near his left hand.
Police claim Scott was armed with a gun when he was killed, but his family has denied that he had a weapon.