Tom Bullock

WFAE

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Reporter for WFAE, the public radio affiliate in North Carolina

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Yesterday’s fatal shooting of a black man by police led to a night of widespread violence in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Sixteen officers injured in police shooting aftermath

Yesterday’s fatal shooting of a black man by police led to a night of widespread violence in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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